The Pakistani militants who bombed a Lahore park on Easter Sunday, killing 70 people, taunted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday, declaring their war had come to his doorstep.
Pakistani Police claim to have identified the alleged suicide bomber who blew himself up in the Gulshan-e-Iqbal Park of Lahore city, leaving at least 69 people killed and more than 300 wounded.
President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani strongly condemned a deadly suicide attack in Pakistan as the casualties toll has almost reached to 400 people.
The Pentagon will submit proposals to President Barack Obama for strengthening military support to Iraqi forces in the near future, a top US military official said Friday.
Additional security measures have been taken at a number of major U.S. cities and airports after a deadly attack –claimed by the Islamic State (IS)—left over 130 people killed and wounded in Belgium’s capital Brussels.
The trauma of fleeing persecution, war and natural disasters can leave a lasting mark on a person. And a new study underscores just how dramatic the effect of such life experiences can be for refugees.
Two members of Hezb-e-Islami party led by notorious warlord Gulbuddin Hekmatyar have been added to the list of global terrorists by the United States.
Thirty four countries — 27 of them in Africa — and including Afghanistan do not have enough food for their people because of conflicts, drought and flooding, according to a United Nations report issued Wednesday.
North Korea has warned of “indiscriminate” nuclear strikes on the US and South Korea as they begin their largest ever military drills.
Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) opened today a meeting focused on intensifying the solidarity with the Palestinian people on the international scene.