Pananmagate: SC dismisses charges against JIT members

Pananmagate: SC dismisses charges against JIT members

On the occasion State Minister Tariq Fazal Chaudhry said that PML-N had practically proved that it believed in supremacy of law and Constitution. For third time in five, Hussain Nawaz reached Federal Judicial Academy on Thursday (June 1) to appear before the probing team.

Ariana releases heartbreaking statement on Manchester attack

But seeing how many innocent people were killed or injured at an event where people were supposed to be having the time of their lives, Grande took to Instagram on Friday to pen an open letter to her fans and confirm that she will soon be back in Manchester to hold a benefit show.

N. Korea Conducted Missile Test in Anju, not Pukchang

N. Korea Conducted Missile Test in Anju, not Pukchang

South Korea has repeatedly accused the North of flying suspected spy drones across the tense border. The US has 28,500 troops in South Korea to deter potential aggression from the North. Pyongyang said it launched an intermediate-range ballistic missile which met all technical requirements and could now be mass-produced, although United States officials questioned the extent of its progress.

Macron warns Putin over Syrian chemical weapons in 'frank' meeting

The two countries back different sides in the Syrian conflict, with Putin behind President Bashar al-Assad and Macron part of a western coalition that supports rebel groups and has accused Assad of using chemical weapons in the past. "I talked about it, speaking on the 70th anniversary of the United Nations, and urged to unite efforts of all countries in fighting terrorism", he said.

General election 2017 quiz: which party should I vote for?

Prime Minister Theresa May and the leader of the main opposition Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn , were grilled about their policies by a television audience. Mr Corbyn didn't get off lightly either, with the first question from the audience on why the British public should trust him to negotiate Brexit. There were problems with the substance, too.

Jeremy Corbyn to appear on Kerrang! cover

Jeremy Corbyn has promised to protect Britain from global threats after facing criticism for refusing to say whether he would launch a retaliatory nuclear strike. The Prime Minister rejected the suggestion her decision to go to the polls, having previously insisted there would not be an early election, was exclusively in the interests of the Conservative Party.