World Bulletin / News Desk
Pakistan's ruling party on Friday nominated former water and power minister Raja Pervez Ashraf to replace the ousted prime minister.
The Pakistan People's Party had nominated the textiles minister to replace Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani, who was disqualified by the Supreme Court this week.
But an anti-narcotics court issued an arrest warrant for the textiles minister, undermining his bid, in a move analysts said may have been orchestrated by the powerful military.
Rodrigo Duterte visits troops still in midst of fighting Daesh-linked Maute group in southern city
18 men, 9 women, 1 child among dead in Himachal Pradesh
Seoul police announce investigation into whether woman known in South Korea as Lim Ji-hyun was abducted
Zakir Naik's passport was revoked after the 51-year-old failed to respond to a showcause notice issued to him for personal appearance by July 13.
Foreign nationals members of loan shark syndicate victimizing gambling addicts, police say
Xi Jinping calls for Israel to halt settlements on occupied Palestine territory
Government says investigation 'less than constructive' in face of evidence of widespread killing, rape
Rescuers struggled to pull survivors from the rubble of the three-storey building in the southern city of Karachi.
With new solar projects, Zorlu will increase solar capacity in Pakistan to 300 megawatts
An Indian army officer was shot dead overnight by one of his own troops, the military said Tuesday.
Military says militants now occupy less than one square kilometer of besieged Marawi
South Korean government responds to apparent American opposition to dialogue with Pyongyang
Only way to resolve dispute is dialogue with pro-independence leaders, says Mehbooba Mufti
Among the civilians killed in the first half of 2017 are 174 women and 436 children, including devastating May 31 attack
Deaths in the capital Kabul accounted for nearly 20 percent of the toll, according to the report by the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), which has been documenting civilian casualties in the war-torn country since 2009.