KABUL: Amid international concern being mounted over problems getting medicines and supplies into the country, Taliban officials have claimed that 85 per cent of Afghanistan’s territory has been occupied by the insurgents. However, the Afghan government officials described the Taliban’s assertion as a part of propaganda as the US hasRead More →

WASHINGTON: After the assassination of President Jovenel Moise, Haiti’s interim government asked the US to deploy its troops to bring stability to the country and prepare the way for elections. Talking to The Associated Press through telephone, Interim Prime Minister Claude Joseph asked for assistance and help from international partners,Read More →

KARACHI: Pakistan’s Supreme Court has directed the local administration of Karachi to stop the demolition of Hindu’s Dharam Shala, located in Karachi, and the process of leasing out to raise a new building. The top court also directed the government to issue a grant of further Rs.14.994 million to theRead More →

HONOLULU: The Pacific Islands Conference of Leaders (PICL) unanimously selected Federated States of Micronesia President David W. Panuelo as its new chairperson. The PICL comprising 11 nations held a two-day virtual meeting in which Mr Panuelo expressed gratitude to the leaders of the Pacific Islands on behalf of his nation.Read More →