Monday, 25 September, 2017
UN urged to stop ‘Muslim holocaust’ in Myanmar
A group of international journalists and activists have called on the UN to put an end to the “Muslim holocaust” in Myanmar, warning that the “worst bloodshed” after the World War II looms
'Bangladesh Rohingya camps on brink of health disaster'

A day after the Senate cleared the way for Nawaz Sharif to head his own faction of the Pakistan Muslim League despite his disqualification by the Supreme Court
Bahrain has made overtures to Israel in a bid to normalize ties with the regime in defiance of growing public discontent in the Persian Gulf country.
Rohingya Muslims in pictures

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Fresh wave of arrests in Saudi Arabia
More than twenty prominent religious scholars, intellectuals and activists have been detained by Saudi Arabian authorities, according to news reports.
Global village, Rohingya and some unnoticed human tragedies
US bombers and fighter escorts flew off the coast of North Korea Saturday in a show of force against its nuclear weapons program, escalating already sky-high tensions.
An escalating war of words between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un ratcheted up a notch on Friday as the US president dubbed North Korea’s leader a "madman",
A black dot on a third-century manuscript has been identified by Oxford University as the first recorded use of the mathematical symbol for ‘zero’, 500 years earlier than previously thought.
Finance Minister Ishaq Dar during a press conference in Dubai announced that the price of petrol and diesel would be raised by Rs 1 per litre.
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India suppressing Kashmiris’ just struggle with force: Pak PM
Rohingya influx into Bangladesh drops
AFSPA, torture: HRW says India ignored recommendations
This biryani vendor makes over Rs. 10 Million online annually
Former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf triggered a national level debate when he alleged that the PPP Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari had masterminded the murders of Benazir Bhutto
US President Trump’s and Secretary of State Tillerson’s recent diatribes against Pakistan must have taken Islamabad by surprise.
Until late last month, Syed Karim grew rice and sugarcane on a strip of unclaimed land along the international border where Myanmar ends and Bangladesh begins.

India is mother of terrorism in South Asia: Pakistan
PTI asks senator to explain absence during crucial vote
Police Act, judicial system enforced in Fata
6 siblings burnt to death in Upper Dir
Death toll from Indian firing across Sialkot border rises to 6
Pakistan won't be a 'scapegoat' in Afghan war, PM tells UNGA
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