Monday, 25 Mar 2019

Category: Sports

Pakistani PM Receives National Day Greetings from Indian Counterpart

ISLAMABAD, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said Friday that his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, sent him “greetings and best wishes” on the eve of Pakistan’s national day. The message came several weeks after the two nuclear-armed rival nations …

Malaysian Leader in Pakistan to Sign $900M in Investment Deals

ISLAMABAD, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad arrived Thursday in Pakistan on an official three-day visit, where his high-powered delegation is expected to finalize investment deals worth nearly $900 million, officials said. The Malaysian leader…

Malaysian Leader in Pakistan to Sign $900M in Investment Deals

ISLAMABAD, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad arrived Thursday in Pakistan on an official three-day visit, where his high-powered delegation is expected to finalize investment deals worth nearly $900 million, officials said. The Malaysian leader…

Saudi Arabia Invests $23 Billion to Improve Living in Riyadh

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia said on Tuesday it would spend 86 billion riyals ($23 billion) to boost the quality of life in the capital Riyadh, increasing green space and recreational areas and installing 1,000 works of art across the city.The four projects un…

Born Into Al-Qaida: Hamza Bin Laden’s Rise to Prominence

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, Years after the death of his father at the hands of a U.S. Navy SEAL raid in Pakistan, Hamza bin Laden now finds himself in the crosshairs of world powers.In rapid succession in recent weeks, the U.S. put a bounty of up to …

Christchurch Death Toll Rises to 50

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, The death toll in a mass shooting at two New Zealand mosques on Friday has risen to 50 after emergency workers found another body at one of the crime scenes. Police Commissioner Mike Bush announced Sunday (local time in New Zealand) …

New Zealand Attack: What We Know

The victimsForty-nine people were killed Friday in shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, that Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called “an extraordinary act of violence.” “Our gun laws will change,” Ardern promised in a news conference Sat…

UN Agency: Thousands Trapped in Yemen’s Northern Flashpoint

CAIRO, A U.N. humanitarian agency warned Tuesday that thousands of Yemeni civilians caught in fierce clashes between warring factions are trapped in an embattled northern district, an area that has become another flashpoint in the country’s bitter civi…