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Major Turning Point in Pak-IMF bailout talks, loan amount to be $8bn

Pakistan and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have agreed in principle to prolong the delayed bailout programme for up to a year and increase...

PM Shahbaz and Russia’s Putin exchange letters away from the media glare

  Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif have silently exchanged letters, indicating their desire to strengthen bilateral cooperation. The letters were sent...

US lawmaker Ilhan Omar on a five-day visit to Pakistan: meets top leadership

The United States Representative Ilhan Omar has met with Pakistani leaders for the first time since a new coalition government took power in Islamabad...

Rare exchange of letters between North and South Korea despite escalating tensions

According to official media, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un thanked outgoing South Korean President Moon Jae-in for his efforts to repair inter-Korean relations, in...

UK’s Boris Johnson visits India amid ‘party gate’ Scandal

British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, arrived in India on Thursday and began a two-day visit in Gujarat, the home state of his Indian counterpart,...

Russia claims victory over Ukraine’s port city of Mariupol

  Sergey Shoygu, Russia's defence minister, has stated that the Russian army has taken control of Ukraine's besieged port city of Mariupol. "Mariupol has been...

The new cabinet of PM Shahbaz Sharif takes oath

The Cabinet of Pakistan's newly-elected Prime Minister, Shehbaz Sharif, has been sworn in during a brief ceremony. Acting President Sadiq Sanjrani administered the oath...

Iran blames the US for the delays in a revival of the 2015 nuclear accord

Iran has stated that a deal with international powers to restore the 2015 nuclear deal is still a long way off, blaming the US...

Five European countries seek an end to Jerusalem unrest at UNSC session

In a joint statement made after an emergency closed-door UN Security Council session, five European countries called for an end to tensions in occupied...

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