Beijing/Sputnik: The foreign ministers of China, Afghanistan and Pakistan will discuss the peace process in Afghanistan during a meeting on Thursday, Wang Wenbin, the Chinese foreign ministry spokesman, said on Wednesday. more
Thousands protest in Pakistan to show solidarity with Palestine

Karachi: Thousands of people, including women and children, step into the streets of Pakistan's Karachi city to stand beside Palestine, media reports said on Friday.

Israel must be held accountable for Gaza episode: Pakistan tells OIC

Islamabad: Pakistan, while attending a special session of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), is demanding that Israel should be held accountable for “crimes against huma ...

Pakistan engages in spat with Afghanistan after Taliban support slur

Islamabad: An enraged Pakistan Foreign Office has dubbed as "irresponsible statements and baseless allegations" the accusation of the Afghan leadership against the country with ...

COVID-19 surge: Kuwait bans entry of flight, travellers from Pakistan

Kuwait City: Kuwait has now barred travellers and flights from Pakistan to enter its nation, an attempt made to control the spread of COVID-19.

Gender gap in Pakistan’s electoral rolls narrows to 10.4 pc

The gender gap in Pakistan’s electoral rolls has gone down to 10.4 percent. The data was revealed in a pilot project of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) based on the electo ...

Pakistan, Afghanistan, Turkey ask Taliban to find negotiated settlement

The Afghan insurgent group, the Taliban, was asked to commit themselves to a “negotiated settlement” in Afghanistan during a meeting of the foreign ministers of Pakistan, Afgh ...

Pakistan’s Qureshi invites Afghan foreign minister

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi invited Afghan Foreign Minister Haneef Atmar to Islamabad following the Istanbul conference which is scheduled to be held later this month. ...

French Embassy in Pakistan asks citizens to leave country

The French embassy in Pakistan asked all its citizens and companies to “temporarily” leave the country, citing “serious threats”, media reports say.

UK adds Pakistan in high-risk country for terror financing; Pakistan opposes

The United Kingdom government has put Pakistan on the list of 21 countries that are considered high-risk countries for money laundering and terror financing. The country still remains on ...