Pervez Musharraf to face trial in Bhutto murder case
Islamabad: Pakistan's former President Pervez Musharraf on Sunday denied any involvement in the murder of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto but asserted that he will face trial in the case after he returns to the country.
Tremor detected in N.Korea after sixth nuclear test
Pyongyang: An earthquake measuring 6.3 on the Richter scale was detected in North Korea after the country conducted its sixth nuclear test, a move the US and its allies in the region are likely to view as a major provocation, the media reported.
Kim Jong-un observes missile-ready hydrogen bomb
Pyongyang: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un inspected a hydrogen bomb being loaded into a new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) after the country claimed that it has succeeded in making a "more developed nuke", state-media reported on Sunday.
Baghdadi probably still alive: US commander
Washington: Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi may be still alive and hiding in the border area between Syria and Iraq, a senior US general has said, contradicting a claim by Russia that it prpbably killed him in a raid in May.
Trump to donate $1 million for Texas recovery
Washington: US President Donald Trump will donate $1 million of his fortune to recovery efforts in Texas though the White House said he hasn't determined which group or groups will receive the contribution.
Pak court declares Musharraf absconder in Benazir murder case
Rawalpindi: An Anti-terrorism court in Rawalpindi on Thursday declared former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf absconder in the assassination case of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto while acquitting all the five accused arrested in the case.
US conducts missile defence test off Hawaii coast
Washington: The US conducted a missile-defence test on Wednesday off the coast of Hawaii and intercepted a medium-range ballistic missile, just days after North Koreas bold missile test over Japan.
'You're worst Foreign Secretary ever', Abdul Basit to Pak's US envoy
Islamabad: A scathing letter allegedly written by Abdul Basit, former Pakistan envoy to India, to Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry, Islamabad's current ambassador to the US, has surfaced online, in which Basit has criticised the latter's tenure as Foreign Secretary as "the worst ever."
Learn from Doklam stand-off: PLA tells India
Beijing: China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) has asked India to draw lessons from the Doklam stand-off, which was diffused after both sides decided to retreat from a prolonged face-off in the Sikkim sector.