Monthly Archives: May 2015

‘Several’ Americans held in Yemen: State Dept

WASHINGTON: Several Americans have been detained in Yemen, a State Department official said Sunday, amid reports t


Source: Geo News

Kerry broke leg in France cycling accident: spokesman

GENEVA:US Secretary of State John Kerry broke his leg in a cycling accident in France on Sunday, his spokesman sai


Source: Geo News

Mailk calls APC on Mastung killings

QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Dr Abdul Malki Saturday said an All Parties Conferene (APC) would be convened to discuss the Mastung killings and evolve a strategy against such incidents in future. Addressing a joint press conference with political leaders and provincial home minister here at the CM Secretariat, he said Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif […] Source: Aaj Tv news

Suicide bomb in N-Nigeria mosque kill at least 9

MAIDUGURI: A suicide bomber killed at least nine people on Saturday inside a mosque in northeast Nigeria´s city of


Source: Geo News

IS launches assault on key northeast Syria city: monitor

BEIRUT: The Islamic State jihadist group launched an assault on the largely Kurdish city of Hasakeh in northeast S


Source: Geo News

Car bomb kills 12 rebels in south Yemen

ADEN: A bomb-laden vehicle parked near an arms depot exploded killing 12 Iran-backed rebels and wounding eight oth


Source: Geo News

Powerful 7.8 quake shakes Japan

Tokyo: A 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck off the Japanese coast Saturday, geologists said, shaking buildings in To


Source: Geo News

New research shows immunotherapy targeting several cancers

Chicago: Immunotherapy, which has shown remarkable success against advanced melanoma skin cancers, is now being us


Source: Geo Health

Beating the heat in India

People try to beat the heat in New Delhi, as a blistering heatwave, which has claimed more than 1,800 lives in just over a week, continues in India. Source: AFP
Source: Aaj Tv news

All parties protest Karachi’s water woes

KARACHI: For the first time ever Muttahida Qaumi Movement, Jamat-e-Islami and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf finally stand on a same page to fight against the prevailing water shortage crisis. The parties have started demonstration in different areas of Metropolis. Ali Zaidi, Khuram Sher Zaman and Samar Ali Khan of PTI joined the resident of Qayyumabad in protest […] Source: Aaj Tv news