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.
Artillery and machine gun clashes were reported along the 740-kilometre ceasefire line that has separated India and Pakistan for seven decades.
Macron sparked outrage after he indicated France would not stop publishing satirical cartoons, including those of the Prophet Mohammed
How the largest city in Pakistan could have averted a climate crisis.
Major efforts are needed to “accelerate progress towards climate mitigation and biodiversity protections”.
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.
An inquiry into the May 22 Airbus A320 crash that killed 97 people in Karachi resulted in the stunning revelation that 260 of 860 pilots in Pakistan had cheated on their pilots' exams, but were still given licences by the Civil Aviation Authority.
Gunmen attack Pakistan Stock Exchange in Karachi, several killed including assailants
The plane crashed on Friday after a "technical failure", authorities reported. Two passengers survived.
Pakistan's opposition demanded on November 1 that Prime Minister Imran Khan and his administration resign within two days, raising the stakes in a protest campaign that the government has denounced as a threat to democracy.
A group of MEPs were the first delegation to visit Kashmir following the shutdown in August.
Euronews takes an inside look at the trip, and what was really on the menu.
The fire broke out when a gas stove exploded as breakfast was being prepared on board. Safety regulations are often ignored in the overcrowded trains.