Ceasefire sets in after worst fight in years between Palestine, Israel

Children in Israel´s south were heading to school early Wednesday as an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire took effect, putting an end to a brief yet intense flare-up with Gaza. The truce, announced Tuesday by Palestinian groups in the Gaza Strip, came after nearly two days of heavy shelling from both sides that had threatened to descend into full-blown war. Gaza´s rulers Hamas...

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Minors death: Food authority finds expired beef from sealed Restaurant

KARACHI: A local food regulatory and inspection authority on Tuesday recovered expired meat from an eatery currently under investigation over the death of two minor siblings. The Sindh Food Authority (SFA) conducted a raid based on a tip-off wherein it was informed that its seal barring entry/exit to the restaurant in question, located in the metropolis' upper-scale Zamzama neighbourhood, had been...

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Nawaz records statement in Al-Azizia corruption reference

ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif began recording his statement during a hearing of Al-Azizia corruption reference against him on Wednesday. Accountability court judge Muhammad Arshad Malik resumed hearing the Al-Azizia corruption reference against the former premier today. As the hearing got underway, Judge Muhammad Arshad Malik summoned Nawaz on the rostrum where he asked the former premier if it...

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JIT summons Azam Swati in probe against alleged misconduct

ISLAMABAD: A joint investigation team constituted on the directive of the Supreme Court of Pakistan has summoned Azam Swati today in its ongoing probe against alleged misuse of authority, misconduct and encroachment by the federal minister. A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar had taken suo motu notice of Islamabad IGP Jan Muhammad’s abrupt transfer last month....

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Newsone Special | 13th November 2018

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