Monday, 23 April, 2018
Kabul voter centre suicide attack kills 57
An Islamic State suicide bomber killed at least 57 people including women and children and wounded 119 outside a voter registration centre in the Afghan capital Kabul on Sunday in the latest attack on election preparations.
All SC judges will quit if democracy is threatened in Pakistan: CJP

2 Hazara men gunned down in in Quetta
Two men belonging to the Hazara community were killed, while a third was injured in an incident of firing in Quetta's Western Bypass area on Sunday.
SC asks NAB to probe alleged corruption in Punjab Institute of Cardiology
The chief justice (CJP) while hearing a suo motu case against the Punjab Institute of Cardiology (PIC) said on Sunday that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) would investigate alleged corruption in the organisation.
India's massacre in occupied Kashmir

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Land degradation will unleash a mass migration of at least 50 million people by 2050 as many as 700 million unless humans stop depleting the life-giving resource, more than 100 scientists warned Monday.
The government has lifted the ban on import of furnace oil for running power plants and has directed state-owned Pakistan State Oil (PSO) to place orders for bringing fuel cargoes in order to meet growing electricity demand in summer.
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A thaw in Pakistan-Afghanistan relations?
There are some strong and solid evidences emerging these days on the basis of which it can be said that perhaps the relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan have started to improve.
Saudi Arabia’s drive to return to ‘moderate’ Islam


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French President Emmanuel Macron has urged his US counterpart, Donald Trump, to stick with the Iran nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), saying there is no better option.
North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has announced plans to stop the country's nuclear and missile tests and close a nuclear test site.
Young Inshah of Sedow village, whose eyes were obliterated by metal shards fired at her by Indian forces in 2016, became a symbol of the horror pellet shotguns inflict, but the lives of many other girls, victims of the hunting weapon, have also been sent into a whirlpool of despair and their families pushed to economic ruin.
Despite the recent inclusion of Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz minority MNA Bhawan Das and other leaders in the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) before the general elections, all does not seem well with the party as many influential political families of Sindh are reportedly interested in joining other political parties or independent groups.
The acquirement of nuclear-armed submarines by Pakistan and India has increased the chances of a destructive war between the two countries, reported Vox.

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