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Colosseum In Rome Turns Red In Protest Of Pakistan's Blasphemy Law

The ancient amphitheater was illuminated on Saturday to highlight the plight of persecuted Christians.

Villagers flee Kashmir front line as India, Pakistan trade artillery fire

SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) - India and Pakistan have exchanged artillery fire in the disputed Kashmir region forcing hundreds of people to flee, police in Indian Kashmir said, raising fresh doubts about a 15-year-old ceasefire between the nuclear-armed rivals in the area.

Rome's Colosseum turned red to protest Pakistan blasphemy law

ROME (Reuters) - Rome's ancient Colosseum was lit in red on Saturday in solidarity with persecuted Christians, particularly Asia Bibi, a woman condemned to death under Pakistan's blasphemy laws.

Pakistan's Pashtuns march for justice

After decades of oppression, discrimination and abuse, Pakistan's Pashtuns are demanding change and justice.

Pakistan acquits 12 men accused of child sex abuse

A Pakistani court acquitted 12 men of child sex abuse and blackmail charges on Saturday, the latest verdict in a massive paedophilia scandal that rocked the country in August 2015. The abuse and extortion scandal, which authorities have called the largest in Pakistan's history, allegedly involved hundreds of victims in Punjab province. Show More Summary

The Trump Factor and the Pashtuns

President Trump's reinvigorated foreign policy has inspired the Pashtuns and other oppressed peoples in Pakistan.

Williamson confident of no T20 hangover

Until the second T20I against Pakistan at Eden Park, New Zealand's summer had gone without a blemish but since then they have won once in seven outings

Pakistan could evict, rather than kill, militants: U.S. official

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Pakistan need not kill or capture militants such as members of the Haqqani network that use its territory to launch attacks in Afghanistan but could push them across the border instead, a senior U.S. official said on Friday.

The Mystery of the Fog Holes That Form Over Cities

In the winter months, thick fog forms over the plains that stretch south of the Himalayas, through Pakistan, India, Nepal, and Bangladesh. Visibility can be so limited that it’s impossible to see more than 10 or 20 feet ahead, whichShow More Summary

Global watchdog to put Pakistan back on terrorist financing watchlist: sources

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A global money-laundering watchdog has decided to place Pakistan back on its terrorist financing watchlist, a government official and a diplomat said on Friday, in a likely blow to Pakistan's economy and its strained relations with the United States.

USGC assesses ethanol market in UAE

The US Grains Council (USGC) recently undertook a market assessment mission to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Pakistan to analyse the ethanol demand potential in both countries and engage with policymakers and industrial officia...

Pakistan Supreme Court rules on 100-year-old case

“The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Tuesday gave its verdict in a 100-year-old property inheritance case that had started in a court in Rajasthan in 1918.” The Indian state of Rajasthan, like Pakistan, was part of British India before partition. Show More Summary

Did Trump Fail to Put Pakistan on the Terror Finance Watch List?

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif says his country already secured the necessary support to remain off the list of countries financing terrorism.

Pakistan tight-lipped on Saudi Arabia troop mission

Details sketchy on deployment of more than 1,000 soldiers on 'train and advise' mission in the kingdom.

Online Shopping Fests Getting Popular in Pakistan

Just like any other nation in the world, Pakistanis love shopping. There was a time when people used to plan and travel long distances just to buy casual items. Since the time Internet took all the charge and altered lifestyle in Pakistan, the way people shop changed, too. Show More Summary

Best Money Saving Hacks for Shopping Online in Pakistan

Do you find online shopping heavier on your wallet than regular outdoor buying? Does buying on the Internet exceed your budget? It happens, but to tell you the truth, you can let this burden go away from you. Online shopping is one of...Show More Summary

Pakistan Supreme Court bans ex-PM Sharif as party head

Pakistan's Supreme Court bars Nawaz Sharif from heading the country's ruling party amid corruption allegations.

Pakistan Supreme Court rules ousted PM Sharif cannot lead his party

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's Supreme Court ordered on Wednesday that ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif be removed as head of the political party he founded, six months after the court removed him as premier.

Kashmir's chief minister urges dialogue with Pakistan

The call for talks by Mehbooba Mufti raises questions about the tough policies being pursued by Indian PM Modi.

Seized, but not ceased: Banned charities pose challenge for Pakistan

By Asif Shahzad and Mubasher Bukhari RAWALPINDI/MURIDKE, Pakistan (Reuters) - The vast network of Islamist charities taken over last week by Pakistan's government includes a horse-breeding stable, a fleet of 4x4 trucks, a swimming academy, martial arts classes and tens of thousands of staff and volunteers. Show More Summary

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