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  • War in Pakistan, Afghanistan since 2001 has killed 149,000: study

    KABUL: A new study says civilian and military casualties in Afghanistan and Pakistan total almost 149,000 people killed, with 162,000 seriously wounded...

    The study, called Costs of War and produced by Brown University's Watson Institute for International Studies, looks at war-related deaths, injuries and displacement in Afghanistan and Pakistan from 2001 to last year, when international combat troops left Afghanistan...

  • PML-N rapped for ‘concealing’ 2001-14 LG audit reports

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf alleges the ruling PML-N is attempting to cover up Rs200 billion corruption committed by the local governments between 2001-14 by avoiding presenting the audit reports in the Punjab Assembly...

    “Financial irregularities worth Rs200 billion were committed in local governments during 2001-14 in Punjab but the chief minister is avoiding to put the audit reports (of the period) before the House,”...

  • OPEC in first joint oil cut with Russia since 2001, Saudis take 'big hit'

    As a net oil importing country, a cut to production capacity would not benefit Indonesia," the country's Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry said in a statement...

    After first joining in 1962, it left in 2009 as dwindling production meant that Southeast Asia's most populous country had become a net importer of crude oil, which is against Opec's statute for full membership...

  • Khanabadosh Writers Cafe opens

    HYDERABAD: The Khanabadosh Writers Cafe established on the premises of the Sindh culture department’s Sindh Museum was formally opened on Sunday evening for providing some private space to writers, poets, intellectuals and creative minds...

    The cafe initiative was taken by Amar Sindhu, writer, teacher in Sindh University and woman rights activist...

  • Bangladesh marks first anniversary of cafe attack

    DHAKA: Hundreds of people gathered on Saturday at the site of one of the worst Islamist attacks in Bangladesh’s history to mark the first anniversary of the deadly attack on an upscale Dhaka cafe...

    Weeping mourners laid flowers outside the old premises of the Holey Artisan Bakery, the cafe which five young men armed with guns and knives stormed into on July 1, 2016, taking dozens hostage and killing 22 people...

  • Dhaka cafe attack suspect dies in custody after 'torture'

    DHAKA: A Bangladeshi teenager who police say was a suspect in last week's deadly attack on a Dhaka cafe has died in custody, with his family insisting he was a hostage and alleging torture by security forces...

    Meanwhile the country's police chief said Saturday that extremists from Jamayetul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), a local militant group blamed by the government for the cafe siege, were behind a separate attack on an Eid...

  • Dutch students open world’s first drone cafe

    THE HAGUE: Would you like a drone with your cocktail? The world’s first cafe using the tiny domestic unmanned aircraft as servers has opened in a Dutch university...

    The pop-up drone cafe will be serving up all weekend as part of celebrations for the “Dream and Dare” festival marking the 60th anniversary of the Eindhoven University of Technology...

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