Pakistan says mosque bomber wore police uniform, breached safety on motorcycle

PESHAWAR, Pakistan, Feb 2 (Reuters) – The suicide bomber who killed greater than 100 individuals at a mosque in a police compound within the Pakistan metropolis of Peshawar this week wore a police uniform and entered the excessive safety space on a bike, a provincial police chief mentioned on Thursday. The bomber behind Monday’s assault … Read more

Pakistan buries mosque blast victims as dying toll passes 90

Tragic scenes as individuals search for their family members Assault in fortified space baffles authorities Rescue work continues to clear mosque rubble PESHAWAR, Pakistan, Jan 31 (Reuters) – Distraught family members thronged hospitals in Pakistan’s Peshawar on Tuesday to search for their kin a day after a suicide bombing ripped by means of a crowded … Read more

Suicide bombing at mosque in Pakistan kills 32, focused police

Blast befell in a mosque throughout prayer time Many of the casualties had been cops No group has claimed accountability for the blast up to now PESHAWAR, Pakistan, Jan 30 (Reuters) – A suicide bombing at a crowded mosque in Pakistan’s Peshawar killed at the least 32 folks on Monday, the most recent assault concentrating … Read more

Pakistan scrambles to revive energy after second main grid breakdown in months

ISLAMABAD, Jan 23 (Reuters) – Pakistan’s authorities stated it was scrambling to revive energy to thousands and thousands of individuals on Monday after a breakdown within the grid triggered the worst electrical energy outage in months and highlighted the weak infrastructure of the closely indebted nation. Power Minister Khurram Dastgir instructed reporters an inquiry had … Read more

Factbox: Why have been tens of millions of Pakistanis with out electrical energy?

SINGAPORE, Jan 23 (Reuters) – Tens of millions of Pakistanis have been left with out electrical energy for the second time in three months after a grid failure on Monday, affecting almost all components of the nation – from the capital Islamabad within the north to Karachi within the south. This is a have a … Read more

How India’s ruling celebration is tightening its grip on Kashmir

Over one million might vote in native polls for first time BJP goals to take management of meeting from Muslim events Pakistan accuses India of marginalising Kashmir’s Muslims JAMMU/SRINAGAR, India, Jan 12 (Reuters) – For the primary time in her life, Asha, a avenue cleaner within the Indian metropolis of Jammu, will likely be allowed … Read more

Taliban orders NGOs to ban feminine workers from coming to work

Taliban order NGOs to cease feminine employees from working Comes after suspension of feminine college students from universities U.N. says order can be a breach of humanitarian rules U.N. plans to fulfill with Taliban to hunt readability KABUL, Dec 24 (Reuters) – Afghanistan’s Taliban-run administration on Saturday ordered all native and international non-governmental organisations (NGO) … Read more

Kabul lodge assault ends as three gunmen killed; two foreigners injured

KABUL, Dec 12 (Reuters) – Armed males opened fireplace on Monday inside a lodge in central Kabul standard with Chinese language nationals in an assault that ended when at the least three gunmen have been killed by safety forces, the Taliban-run administration stated. Two foreigners have been injured whereas attempting to flee by leaping from … Read more

Iranians protest in southeast flashpoint, mark ‘Bloody Friday’

Prominent Sunni cleric criticises security forces Unrest in minority areas General tells clerics to watch their words, restore calm DUBAI, Nov 11 (Reuters) – Thousands of Iranians protested in the restive southeast on Friday to mark a Sept. 30 crackdown by security forces known as “Bloody Friday” as the country’s clerical rulers battled persistent nationwide … Read more

President Raisi says Iran thwarted U.S. destabilisation

Raisi spoke after Biden said U.S. would ‘free Iran’ Those who create insecurity ‘must be dealt with’ – Raisi Sunni cleric says southeast protests treated ‘mercilessly’ DUBAI, Nov 5 (Reuters) – President Ebrahim Raisi said Iran’s cities were “safe and sound” after what he called a failed attempt by the United States to repeat the … Read more