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NAB to reopen Rs1.2 billion Hudaibya Paper Mills reference against Ishaq Dar

NAB to reopen Rs1.2 billion Hudaibya Paper Mills reference against Ishaq Dar

At the last hearing, Dar's secondary counsel, Ayesha Hamid, requested the court to grant her client exemption from appearance on medical grounds and continue with the case by approving the appointment of a legal representative (pleader). The interior ministry was informed that the finance minister - who is in London to receive medical treatment for his heart condition - had not been appearing deliberately before the NAB court.


Iran, Russia, Turkey leaders to hold Syria summit next week

Iran, Russia, Turkey leaders to hold Syria summit next week

Syrian ally Russian Federation withdrew its own rival draft resolution to renew the inquiry, formally known as the Joint Investigative Mechanism (JIM), shortly before the council vote on the US draft. After almost two weeks of negotiations, the two sides failed to bridge differences and the United States called for a vote on its draft resolution.


Hyundai announces crossover onslaught starting with Kona — Surf's up

Hyundai announces crossover onslaught starting with Kona — Surf's up

This vehicle will slot above the new A-segment crossover. Although neither model has been officially confirmed for right-hand drive production and therefore local release, we understand Hyundai's new full-size SUV will be a global model to replace North America's large seven-seat Veracruz crossover.


Still Deadlocked: Jury Says They're Divided In Menendez's Corruption Trial

Still Deadlocked: Jury Says They're Divided In Menendez's Corruption Trial

Bob Menendez's corruption trial ended Thursday with a jury deadlocked on all 18 counts against the New Jersey Democrat and his co-defendant, raising questions about the strength of the government's case but failing to lift the legal cloud that has hung over the senator for more than two years.


Netanyahu offers aid to quake-hit enemy Iran

Netanyahu offers aid to quake-hit enemy Iran

WHO continues to work closely with national health authorities in the Islamic Republic of Iran and Iraq to monitor the health impact of the quake and respond to urgent needs. The quake hit 30 kilometres southwest of Halabja in Iraqi Kurdistan at around 9.20 pm, when many people would have been at home, making it deadlier.