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  • Soccer-Fun-loving wolf named as World Cup mascot

    Zabivaka the wolf followed in the footsteps of Naranjito the orange, Footix the football-playing rooster and Fuleco the armadillo by being named as the official mascot of the 2018 World Cup on Saturday...

    FIFA described its latest creation, unveiled during a live television show in the presence of Russian deputy prime minister Vitaly Mutko and former Brazil striker Ronaldo, as “a wolf who radiates fun, charm and confidence”...

  • Marghazar Zoo loses a wolf now

    ISLAMABAD: Yet another animal, a wolf, has died at the Marghazar Zoo on Sunday, which makes for the sixth animal to die due to alleged negligence by the zoo staff this year...

    The wolf’s body was sent to the laboratory for an autopsy on Monday...

  • Is it possible to spot the lone wolf terrorist before they attack?

    While initial focus was on organisations like the self-styled Islamic State (IS) and Al Qaeda, there is now a growing interest in 'Lone Wolf' incidents, with President Obama calling this phenomenon the ‘biggest threat to US security’...

    By definition a Lone Wolf is a single male who commits acts of violence for political reasons...

  • Villagers shoot wolf on the loose

    DERA GHAZI KHAN: Residents of a village shot dead one of the two wolves which had killed some domestic animals and donkeys and scared the populace during the past few months...

    People had traced the presence of a pair of wolves in the arid zone in the last few months after they killed animals and at last succeeded in shooting one of them near Shartiwah, an area adjacent to Jogiani village of Chot Bala
  • ‘Wolf’ kills five deer in Marghazar Zoo’s F-8 enclosure

    Sources said an animal, likely to be a jackal or a wolf, attacked the deer in an exclusive deer enclosure on a greenbelt between Faisal Avenue and a service road...

    There have also been conflicting reports of the attack; some zoo officials have said that it was a dog and not a wolf that attacked the deer; although one official said the deer were attacked by a ‘wolf’ that was shot dead by the staff...

  • Pakistan welcomes US offer to take on Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan

    WASHINGTON: Days before crucial talks with the US defence secretary, Pakistan has welcomed an American offer to take action against militants involved in cross-border raids from the Afghan soil, the Voice of America radio service reported on Wednesday...

    The official US news outlet also reported that Pakistan believed the US offer “augurs well” for regional counterterrorism cooperation...

  • Pakistan 2 rout Pakistan 1 to clinch World Snooker team gold

    KARACHI: Pakistan 2 overcome fighting Pakistan 1 by 5-4 frames in agonising all-Pakistan final played for the first time in any global event to win the IBSF Team Event Snooker Championship in the Egyptian city of Hurghadha on Thursday evening...

    Pakistan 2 was represented by the former world amateur snooker champion Mohammad Asif and Babar Masih while Pakistan 1 comprised national champion Mohammad Sajjad and runner-up Asjad Iqbal... ...

  • Round 2: All eyes on Pakistan to pull a Pakistan against India

    In the previous outing between these two on Wednesday, Pakistan were horrible to watch, failing miserably in what was a lop-sided eight-wicket defeat...

    Read: 5 takeaways from Pakistan's predictable meltdown against IndiaIn the game against Afghanistan days later, they regressed more, and were quite possibly the worst version of themselves...

  • Large contingent would have fetched more medals for Pakistan: Pakistan Olympic Association

    LAHORE: Needless reduction in the number of athletes in Pakistan’s contingent by Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) for the ongoing 13th South Asian Games in Nepal has affected Pakistan’s chances of winning more medals in the mega event...

    In a press release, the Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) stated on Friday that while small countries like the host Nepal (596 athletes), Sri Lanka (564 athletes), Bangladesh (470 athletes) and India (487...

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