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First woman judge appointed to Pakistan’s Supreme Court

Pakistan has a woman on its highest court for the first time. Ayesha Malik’s swearing-in as a justice on Pakistan’s Supreme Court was a landmark...

Pakistan launches polio vaccination drive amid coronavirus surge

Pakistani authorities launched this year’s first nationwide anti-polio campaign even as coronavirus infections surge. About 150,000 health workers are taking part in the five-day, anti-polio...

Pakistan’s PM pledges severity with suspects after Sri Lankan man lynched

Pakistan’s prime minister told Sri Lanka’s president that more than 100 people have been detained in the lynching of a Sri Lankan factory manager...

Police say British woman found dead in Pakistan

A British woman of Pakistani origin has been found dead after being shot at a home in the eastern city of Lahore, police said. Officers...

Police say British woman found dead in Pakistan

A British woman of Pakistani origin has been found dead after being shot at a home in the eastern city of Lahore, police said. Officers...

Pakistan lifts ban on TikTok over ‘immoral and indecent content’

Pakistan’s media regulatory agency has reinstated access to the Chinese video service TikTok, after a court banned it weeks ago and urged authorities to...

Partial lockdown imposed in capital of Pakistan after surge in virus

Pakistani authorities imposed a partial lockdown in several more high-risk areas in the capital, Islamabad, and elsewhere in the country after the positivity rate...

Pakistani PM Imran Khan tests positive for coronavirus

Pakistan’s prime minister Imran Khan has tested positive for the coronavirus, two days after he received his first vaccine dose. Dr Faisal Sultan, Mr Khan’s...

One dead, 40 injured as train derails in southern Pakistan

Eight carriages of a train derailed in southern Pakistan early on Sunday, killing at least one passenger and injuring 40 others, officials said. The accident...

Pakistan court orders UK-born man acquitted of journalist’s murder off death row

Pakistan’s Supreme Court has ordered the British-born man acquitted of the beheading of American journalist Daniel Pearl in 2002 off death row and moved...

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