Officials say two suicide bombers tried to enter the Khanpur Imambargah but were intercepted by police
KARACHI, Pakistan (Sept. 13, 2016) — A suicide bomber injured 4 policemen, one critically, outside a Shiite mosque in southern Pakistan in an attack claimed by the Pakistani Taliban as the country marked the beginning of the religious festival Eid al-Adha on Tuesday, September 13. Continue reading Eid day attack injures 4 in Pakistan – officials→
Many of the wounded are fighting for their lives, says an interior ministry spokesman
KABUL, Afghanistan (Apr. 19, 2016) — At least 30 people were killed and hundreds wounded when a Taliban truck bomb tore through central Kabul on Tuesday, April 19, triggering a fierce firefight, a week after the insurgents launched their annual spring offensive.
Dozens of homes are also damaged as Pakistan deals with heavy downpours
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (Mar. 14, 2016) — The death toll from torrential rain that has lashed Pakistan for the past 5 days has risen to 42, authorities said Monday, March 14, with collapsed roofs blamed for the fatalities.
New official figures show that a record 1.2 million asylum seekers arrived in the EU in 2015 – more than double the figure from the year before
BRUSSELS, Belgium (Mar. 5, 2016) — EU president Donald Tusk struck an unusually upbeat note on the migrant crisis Friday, March 4 as Turkey raised the possibility of taking back non-Syrian asylum seekers.
‘The 5 facilitators have been arrested and another one, whom I will call terrorist-A is still at large,’ says the military spokesman
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (Jan. 24, 2016) — Pakistani security agencies have arrested 5 men accused of helping organize Wednesday’s attack on a university in the country’s troubled northwest that killed 21 people, the military announced on Saturday, January 23.