Army chief Gen Qamar Bajwa is on a two-day official tour in Australia. PHOTO: ISPR Army chief General Qamar Bajwa has conveyed to the Australian leadership that while Pakistan will continue to support peace efforts in the region, it expects its “security concerns are also addressed”, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR)
"There is a real risk of a new influx of funding for terrorism," Julian King told the civil liberties committee in the European Parliament. PHOTO: REUTERS/Vincent Kessler "There is a real risk of a new influx of funding for terrorism," Julian King told the civil liberties committee in the European Parliament.
COX’S BAZAR / SHAMLAPUR / YANGON: Up to 300,000 Rohingya Muslims could flee violence in northwestern Myanmar to neighbouring Bangladesh, a UN agency official said on Wednesday, warning of a funding shortfall for emergency food supplies for the refugees. According to estimates issued by United Nations workers in Bangladesh’s border region
XIAMEN: Chinese President Xi Jinping has told Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that the two countries should pursue ‘healthy, stable bilateral ties’, state media reported Tuesday in the wake of a protracted border standoff. He called for putting its bilateral relationship with India on the ‘right track’. The exchange, mentioned in a
Russian President Vladimir Putin. PHOTO: REUTERS Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that imposing tougher sanctions on North Korea over its nuclear missile programme would not change the leadership in Pyongyang, but could lead to large-scale human suffering. Putin, speaking after a BRICs summit in China, also warned against further ramping up military hysteria around