Royal biographer believes Meghan Markle found like in the royal family ‘immensely frustrating’

A past biographer who worked closely with the late Princess Diana has come out in support of Meghan Markle and has dubbed her time in the royal family to be ‘immensely frustrating’. Morton is best known for his autobiography, Diana: Her True Story and with his expertise into the life of the beloved royal, he has come […]

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Afghan council frees Taliban prisoners to set up peace talks

A traditional Afghan council concluded on Sunday with hundreds of delegates agreeing to free 400 Taliban members, paving the way for an early start to negotiations between Afghanistan’s warring sides. The declaration read out in both of Afghanistan’s official languages of Pashto and Farsi calls for an immediate start to negotiations and cease fire. The […]

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Shots, tear gas fired as protests against Beirut blast grow

BEIRUT: Lebanese riot police fired tear gas at demonstrators trying to break through a barrier to get to the parliament building in Beirut on Saturday and shots were heard as protests over this week’s devastating explosion grew. Dozens of protesters broke into the foreign ministry where they burnt a framed portrait of President Michel Aoun, representative of […]

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‘Your time is up’: Thousands protest against Netanyahu over handling of Covid-19 and alleged corruption

Thousands of Israelis rallied outside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s residence in Jerusalem on Saturday as anger mounted over corruption allegations and his handling of the coronavirus crisis. “Your time is up”, read the giant letters projected on to a building at the protest site, as demonstrators waved Israeli flags and called on Netanyahu to resign […]

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Imran thanks Mahathir for speech on held Kashmir

ISLAMABAD: Amid an ongoing debate in the country over lack of support by Muslim countries and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) for the Kashmir cause, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday expressed his gratitude to former prime minister of Malaysia Dr Mahathir Bin Mohamad for speaking in support of the people of India-held Kashmir. […]

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Investigators find ‘black boxes’ of crashed Indian airliner

KOZHIKODE: Investigators have recovered the “black box” flight recorders from an Air India Express plane that crashed in southern India killing at least 18 people, the aviation minister said on Saturday. The plane carrying 190 people crash-landed during bad weather on Friday night and tore into two, injuring scores of passengers. The Boeing 737, on a special […]

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China-US ties plunge further over Hong Kong sanctions

HONG KONG: China on Saturday slammed the United States for imposing “barbarous” sanctions in response to Beijing’s crackdown in Hong Kong, capping a dramatic week of deteriorating relations between the world’s two biggest economies. In the toughest US action on Hong Kong since China imposed a sweeping new security law on the territory, Washington on […]

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Pakistan Army continues rescue and relief operation after flooding wreaks havoc in Dadu

The Pakistan Army, along with the civil administration and private rescue services, on Sunday continued rescue and relief operations in various parts of Sindh’s Dadu district after the most recent monsoon spell in the province breached the flood protection bund of Nai Gaj Dam. In a statement, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said: “Pakistan Army troops […]

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Pakistan to appeal against EU air agency restrictions

RAWALPINDI: Federal Minister for Aviation Ghu­lam Sarwar has announced that Pakistan will appeal against the restrictions of European Union Air Safety Agency (EASA). “We will solve the safety issues raised by EASA and we had two months to app­eal against the restrictions. PIA planes will fly in the Eur­opean countries soon,” said the minister while […]

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‘This is just the beginning’: PM Imran launches country’s largest plantation campaign on Tiger Force Day

Prime Minister Imran Khan launched the country’s largest tree plantation campaign on Sunday with the aim of planting 3.5 million saplings in the country in a single day. Addressing a ceremony in Islamabad, the premier began his address by thanking all those who had participated in today’s campaign. He stated that Pakistan was among the […]

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