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PPP terms Pakistan elections 'inexcusable & outrageous' PPP terms Pakistan elections 'inexcusable & outrageous'

PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari says he has not received the official results from any of the seats that he is contesting even after past midnight


Nawaz Sharif’s PML-N rejects poll results PML-N rejects Pakistan election results

"I am forced to say that we completely reject these results," Shahbaz declares, alleging that there has been a "blatant violation of public's mandate"


PTI ahead with 109 NA seats at 26% vote count Imran Khan's PTI ahead with 109 NA seats

26 per cent of polling stations results show the PTI is leading with 109 constituencies, while the PML-N trails behind with 67 and the PPP 38 seats


Three killed as Israel strikes Gaza in fresh flare-up Three killed as Israel strikes Gaza in fresh flare-up

The Israeli army says it carried out artillery strikes against seven military targets belonging to Gaza's Islamist rulers Hamas


No new Trump-Putin talks until next year: White House No new Trump-Putin talks until next year

Helsinki summit on July 16 drew fierce criticism at home, but the White House has said plans are underway for a follow-up meeting


Counting begins in suspenseful Pakistan election Counting begins in suspenseful Pakistan election

Gallup Pakistan estimated turnout at between 50 to 55 percent in an electorate of nearly 106 million, similar to the previous contest in 2013


Ex-cricket star may be on the verge of win in Pakistan Ex-cricket star may be on the verge of win in Pakistan

The new prime minister will have to address Pakistan's dire economy, including a dangerously low foreign exchange reserve, heavy debt load to China


Greek wildfires death toll rises to 79

Greek wildfires death toll rises to 79

There was no official number released as to how many people might be missing


Prisoners in mass breakout after 'riot' at Australia jail Mass breakout after Australia jail 'riot'

A total of 10 inmates escaped Greenough Regional Prison, 400 km (250 miles) north of Perth


31 killed in explosion at Pakistan polling station 31 killed in explosion at Pakistan polling station

The attack in Quetta, the provincial capital of Baluchistan, also wounded 35 people and several were reported to be in critical condition


Syria war: Suicide attacks in the south kill 38 Syria suicide attacks kill 38

The attacks take place in and around the government-held city of Sweida


Trump recorded discussing paying for Playboy model's story Trump recorded discussing paying for Playboy model's story

The audio recording , surreptitiously made by Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen two months before the 2016 presidential election



Novichok: Victim found poison bottle in branded box Novichok bottle 'was found in branded box'

Police are believed to have identified the suspected perpetrators of the Novichok attack on Russian former spy Mr Skripal and his daughter



Greece wildfires: Search continues after at least 74 killed Search for Greece wildfire survivors

Italy, Germany, Poland and France have all sent help in the form of planes, vehicles and firefighters, while Spain and Cyprus have offered assistance


Pakistan Muslim League's chief casts vote

Pakistan Muslim League's chief casts vote

Sharif, the younger brother of disgraced ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif, took over the ruling Pakistan Muslim League last year


Israel shoots down Syrian warplane as Golan frontier heats up Israel shoots down Syrian warplane

The incident added new fuel to weeks of tensions over the Golan, a strategic plateau between the two old enemies


Japan's heatwave death toll climbs to 80 Japan's heatwave death toll climbs to 80

Temperatures neared 40 degrees on Tuesday in many cities, just off Monday’s record of 41.1 in the city of Kumagaya northwest of the capital


Brazilian student, 3 others killed in Nicaragua amid unrest 4 killed in Nicaragua amid unrest

The violence has come hours after Ortega said in an interview with Fox News that the country was returning to normal


Pakistan Election 2018 Polls: Voting begins across 85,000 booths Pakistan voting begins

About 4,00,000 police officers and 371,388 army personnel have been deployed at the booths as a precautionary security measure


20 people killed in Laos dam collapse

20 people killed in Laos dam collapse

At least 100 people are still missing, and thousands have lost their homes


Military fans out across Pakistan ahead of election Military fans out across Pakistan ahead of election

Armed soldiers watch closely as election officials in Islamabad Tuesday distributed ballot boxes and voting materials for polling stations


Nepal minister quits over remarks on female students in Bangladesh Nepal minister quits over remarks on female students

Tamang comments that female students in Bangladesh pursuing MBBS degree have to sell themselves in order to earn a certificate


UK public servants get pay hike after years of austerity UK public servants get pay hike

Teachers will get 3.5 percent more pay, the armed forces will get a 2.9-percent rise and prison officers will get an increase of 2.75 percent


Military fans out across Pakistan ahead of election Military fans out across Pakistan ahead of election

Armed soldiers watched closely as election officials in the capital Islamabad Tuesday distributed ballot boxes


Greece wildfires death toll rises to 74: fire service Greece wildfires death toll rises to 74: fire service

The death toll from wildfires ravaging the region around the Greek capital Athens rose to 74 on Tuesday


UAE hails Ethiopia and Eritrea for peace deal UAE hails Ethiopia and Eritrea for peace deal

The United Arab Emirates hails the leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea on Tuesday for reaching a landmark peace deal


Israel says it shoots down Syrian fighter jet Israel says it shoots down Syrian fighter jet

The Israeli military says it has shot down a Syrian fighter jet that entered its airspace


More than 600 arrested for Australia people-smuggling More than 600 arrested for Australia people-smuggling

The military operation began in September 2013 and has managed to halt the flood of boat arrivals


Malaysian PM Mahathir vows to repeal controversial security law Mahathir vows to repeal controversial security law

The law allows for suspects to be detained without charge for 28 days and can incur a lengthy prison sentence


China's Xi visits South Africa ahead of BRICS summit China's Xi visits South Africa ahead of BRICS summit

China is South Africa's biggest trading partner


Casualties after several rockets fired into Kabul: police Casualties after several rockets fired into Kabul: police

The rocket attacks come two days after a suicide bomber blew himself up near Kabul international airport


Hundreds missing after hydroelectric dam collapses in Laos Hundreds missing after hydroelectric dam collapses in Laos

The Xepian-Xe Nam Noy hydropower dam in Attapeu province collapsed Monday evening, releasing large amounts of water and sweeping away houses


Pakistan General Election 2018: Fierce battle between PTI, PML-N on the cards in Punjab Pakistan Election : Fierce battle between PTI, PML-N

Of the total 272 National Assembly seats, 141 fall in Punjab, the most populous province of the country


‘Unprecedented’ Japan heatwave kills 65 in one week ‘Unprecedented’ Japan heatwave kills 65 in one week

Both figures are “the worst-ever for any week during summer” since the agency began recording fatalities resulting from heat stroke in July 2008


9 Australians awarded bravery medals for Thai cave rescue

9 Australians awarded bravery medals for Thai cave rescue

The boys and their coach entered the cave on June 23 for a quick exploration, but flooding quickly blocked the exit


Thai cave boys to be ordained in Buddhist ceremony Thai cave boys to be ordained in ceremony

The group will spend nine days living in a monastery, a tradition for males in Thailand who experience adversity


Greece wildfires: At least 50 killed, dozens injured Wildfires kill 'at least 50' in Greece

Hundreds of firefighters are battling the blazes and people have left their homes near the capital, Athens


Trump targets Obama-era critics' security clearances Trump targets critics' security clearance

The White House names six former intelligence, law enforcement and national security chiefs


Nicaragua's Daniel Ortega rejects demands he step down Nicaragua president defies calls to step down

He says the deaths of about 300 people during three months of protests were caused by paramilitary groups

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