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  • Face-to-face with Rohingya, pope ditches diplomacy

    Francis on Saturday explained his strategy: He said he would have never gotten his message across if he had launched into a public critique of the Rohingya offensive while on Burmese soil, saying doing so would have “slammed the door in their face” to any real dialogue...

    “It's true I didn't have the pleasure of slamming the door in their face publicly with a denunciation,” Francis told reporters en route home to Rome...

  • Saudi Arabia, Iran to discuss Syria war face-to-face

    RIYADH: Saudi Arabia and Iran announced they would attend international talks in Vienna on Friday on the civil war in Syria, in the first meeting between the regional adversaries aimed at ending the four-year-long conflict in the country...

    Saudi Arabia’s participation in the talks was aimed at gauging the willingness of Russia and Iran, the Syrian government’s main backers, for a peace deal, Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said on...
  • Face-to-face: what Clinton, Trump need to win first debate

    The two candidates have been laying into each other for a year but have never appeared face-to-face on the same stage, just strides apart...

    That surely will be one of the biggest attractions of the highly touted televised encounter, which analysts say could draw as many as 100 million viewers — a number never seen before in American politics...

  • Animals come face to face at Japanese aquarium

    TOKYO: A Japanese aquarium has come up with a wild idea to entertain the public during its temporary closure due to the coronavirus outbreak — introducing sea animals to each other and sharing the results online...

    A group of eight penguins at Yokohama Hakkeijima Sea Paradise near Tokyo regularly waddle around inside the aquarium and now they have a new stop — a tank of seals they had never met before
  • Pakistan cruise to number three in Test rankings

    But following Sunday’s result, Alastair Cook’s men have dropped behind Pakistan on fourth position, while West Indies, after gaining three points, has reduced gap with seventh-placed India to 14 points...

    Pakistan, which faces Bangladesh in the second and final Test in Mirpur on Wednesday, must win to retain its latest Test ranking...

  • ‘Pakistan has third highest number of bonded labourers in world’

    He spoke about the Bonded Labour Abolition Act 1992 which, he said, was not being implemented rigorously in Pakistan, and as a result “Pakistan has become the third highest bonded labour-infected country in the world”...

    She was freed from bonded labour in 1998 with the help of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan and ever since she has been working to release others from this form of modern slavery...

  • Pakistan achieves 2nd highest number of ODI wins after West Indies victory

    After their latest victory against the West Indies in the one-day international series on Tuesday, Pakistan added another feather to their cap and achieved the second highest number of wins in the ODI series to date...

    Pakistan defeated West Indies by six wickets owing to the match-winning partnership of centurion Shoaib Malik and Mohammad Hafeez who scored 81 runs...

  • Number of birds migrating from Siberia to Pakistan declines

    ISLAMABAD: The number of birds migrating from Siberia, which add colours to the wetlands of Pakistan, has declined drastically in recent years...

    Extreme weather in Russia forces many precious species of birds to leave their home in search of moderate weather which they find in India, but on their way they make stopovers at different lakes and water reservoirs in Pakistan, including Tanda Dam (Kohat) and Haleji, Keenjhar and Lungsee...

  • Pakistan ranks third in executions race with unprecedented number of hangings in 2015

    NEW YORK: Amnesty International reports that there was a dramatic 54 per cent increase in executions globally in 2015, with Pakistan carrying out 326 executions last year – the highest ever recorded by Amnesty International for the country...

    In 2015, Pakistan completely removed a seven-year moratorium on the death penalty after Taliban militants gunned down more than 150 people, most of them children, at Peshawar's Army Public...

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