Two Finnish aid workers killed in Afghanistan

KABUL: Two Finnish aid workers were shot dead Thursday in the western Afghan city of Herat, officials said.

Sania Mirza reacts to BJP’s Pakistan jibe

HYDERABAD: Renowned tennis star Sania Mirza reacted to the political controversy where she has been termed “Pakistan’s daughter-in-law” by a BJP legislator, after she was appointed Telangana’s brand a

Karzai urged to pardon jailed Pak journalist

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Thursday appealed to Afghan President Hamid Karzai to issue a pardon to a journalist facing a four-year jail term in Afghanistan for “contacting terrorists.”

Australia to deploy police to secure MH17 site

SYDNEY: The deployment of an international police force to secure the MH17 crash site in Ukraine is moving closer, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Thursday, with 50 Australian officers on standby in L

Islamabad working to give New Delhi MFN status

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Thursday said it would re-start work on improving trade ties with arch-rival India when the two nations’ foreign ministers meet in Islamabad next month.

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