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Three people have been killed and dozens injured after a bomb exploded in Punjab province of Pakistan.
Afghans fleeing Taliban rule flock to Pakistan border
Afghans fearing for their lives under Taliban rule continue to look for ways out of their home country. Many cross the border into Pakistan while anxious traders at the checkpoint worry about insecurity
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Pakistan's Ambassador to the European Union, Zaheer A Janjua, spoke to Euronews on the regional impact of a Taliban administration, and the accusation, increasingly made by the former Afghan government, that Pakistan has funded the militant group.
Pakistan: Mob attacks Hindu temple after boy, 8, accused of blasphemy
Police have arrested at least 50 people in Pakistan, accused of attacking a Hindu temple in the east of the country.
Dozens of people die after two trains collide in southern Pakistan
Two express trains collided in southern Pakistan early Monday. According to railway officials, about 1,100 passengers were on board the two trains.
Pakistan briefly blocks social media access after anti-French protests
The interior ministry said the measure was taken "in order to maintain public order and safety" after several days of heightened anti-French sentiments.
Hundreds of Sikh pilgrims converge in northwest Pakistan
Hundreds of Sikh pilgrims from India and Pakistan converged on a temple in northwestern Pakistan to celebrate Vaisakhi, one of the most important festivals for the Sikhs.
Hindu spring festival of colours paints port of Karachi
This festival of colours is observed on the last full moon of the lunar month.
Rollerblading police unit established in Pakistani port of Karachi
The force has already been deployed to work outside the venue of the Pakistan Super League cricket tournament.
Nepali climbers make history with first winter summit of K2
Since the first attempt back in 1988, no mountaineers had previously reached higher than 7,750 meters.
Massive power outage in Pakistan plunges whole country into darkness
A malfunction at one of Pakistan's main power stations set off a chain reaction that shut down other power stations across the country, leaving millions in darkness.
Mountaineers attempting first ever summit of K2 during winter
K2 is the second-highest peak in the world and the only summit over 8,000 metres never to have been reached during winter.
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Lonely 36-year-old Asian elephant transferred from Islamabad Zoo
For years Kaavan was living in substandard conditions at a Islamabad zoo. After a public outcry and campaigning by the US singer Cher. Kaavan, considered the world’s ‘loneliest elephant’ has finally moved from Pakistan to Cambodia.
India, Pakistan clash over Kashmir, leaving at least 13 dead
Artillery and machine gun clashes were reported along the 740-kilometre ceasefire line that has separated India and Pakistan for seven decades.
Macron's Islam comments spark protests in Pakistani city of Karachi
Macron sparked outrage after he indicated France would not stop publishing satirical cartoons, including those of the Prophet Mohammed
Bomb at seminary in Pakistan kills 7 students, wounds 112
A powerful bomb blast ripped through an Islamic seminary on the outskirts of the northwest Pakistani city of Peshawar.
Pakistan PM Imran Khan asks Facebook to ban Islamophobic content
Pakistan's prime minister, Imran Khan, has asked Facebook to ban Islamophobic content, as tensions deepen between the presidents of France and Turkey.
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How the largest city in Pakistan could have averted a climate crisis.
Europe falls behind Asia and Africa for UN climate action goals
Major efforts are needed to “accelerate progress towards climate mitigation and biodiversity protections”.
Pakistan wrestles with pilots scandal in wake of European flight ban
In a leaked letter seen by Euronews, EASA said the alleged fraud was a "grave safety concern" and recommended that any pilots holding Pakistani licenses should not be scheduled for operations in Europe.