Sabiha, a native of Hyderabad and residing in Yemen, has been held in Jordan for travelling with an expired passport.
As many as 14 people were shot dead on Thursday after being identified and offloaded from passenger buses on Makran Coastal Highway in Balochistan.
Out of the 150 people declared missing, at least three people lost their lives and 37 were rescued after an overcrowded boat capsized in Lake Kivu.
Around 650 Rohingya refugees held in a Saudi detention centre on Wednesday went on hunger strike to protest against their indefinite detention in the Gulf country for the third time in recent months.
The Walt Disney Company on Wednesday donated USD five million to rebuild the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris which suffered severe damages after a massive blaze engulfed the historic landmark earlier this week.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) offered assistance to France for the reconstruction of iconic Notre Dame Cathedral which suffered severe damages after a massive blaze engulfed the 13th-century gothic mon
A plane belonging to the air company Archipielagos crashed into a house here on Tuesday (local time), killing all six people on board, according to the Chilean civil aviation.
Paris prosecutor said Tuesday that investigators were treating the devastating fire at the Notre-Dame cathedral as an accident not arson.
The United States said that a high-ranking ISIS-Somalia terrorist was killed in an air strike which targeted a vehicle near Xiriiro in the Bari Region here.
The US Secretary of State, Michael Pompeo on Monday said that he would love to see North Korea denuclearise before the end of this year, appreciating North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's recent remarks showing his willingness to hold a third summit with
International Monetary Fund, who is currently considering a bailout package for Pakistan, has asked the latter to share details of loans that it has received from China.
India has taken decisive steps to lay down a sound foundation for macro-financial stability and robust economic growth, says Reserve Bank of India Governor Shaktikanta Das.
At least 27 Taliban fighters were killed in an encounter with Afghan security forces in Shirzad district in Afghanistan's Nangarhar province.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Saturday expressed willingness to hold a third summit with the United States, provided Washington offers a "fair" and "mutually acceptable" deal.
Russia on Friday announced conferring of its highest civilian award 'Order of Saint Andrew The Apostle' on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
At least eight people were killed and a dozen suffered injuries after an improvised explosive device exploded in a vegetable market of Quetta on Friday.
A top US General on Thursday defended India's steps towards development and testing of anti-satellite (A-SAT) missile capabilities, saying India developed it for self-defence as it was "concerned about threats" from space.