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Venezuela opposition boss asks Wall Street to cut off Maduro

New clashes erupted Thursday between Venezuelan riot police and President Nicolas Maduro's opponents, inflaming the tension after a day of deadly unrest in the beleaguered oil-rich nation. The crisis escalated on March 30, when the Supreme Court moved to seize the powers of the legislature, the only lever of state authority not controlled by Maduro and his allies.


Kulbhushan Jadhav's Location In Pak Not Known To Us, Says Government

Kulbhushan Jadhav's Location In Pak Not Known To Us, Says Government

Commenting on the issue of Jadhav's death penalty rewarded by a Pakistan Military court, Zardari said that Pakistan would punish Indian spies whenever caught. The Sholay writer said here is a great opportunity for Pakistan to mend its relationship with India. Musharraf also noted it would be wise for Pakistan to expect prospective backlash when the Indian government takes the matter up on worldwide forums.



Volleyball games spotted at North Korea's nuclear testing site

Vice President Mike Pence, on a tour of the region, warned this week that "the era of strategic patience is over" when it comes to US policy toward North Korea . The joint exercises are due to finish at the end of this month. "The era of strategic patience is over", Mr Pence said . Given the close economic links between North Korea and China, the USA military officials have said that Beijing is critical to solving the North Korean situation, with President Donald Trump recently ...


Over 400 militants surrender in Pakistan's Quetta

Over 400 militants surrender in Pakistan's Quetta

The militants belonged to various banned organisations, including Baloch Republican Army (BRA), Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) and other groups. One of the "commanders", Abdul Samad alias Sarbaz Baloch, claimed to have been a spokesman for the BRA.


Panama verdict was not 'split decision': Pakistan minister

Panama verdict was not 'split decision': Pakistan minister

The JIT will deliver its report every two weeks to supreme court. He said courts do not follow someone's wishes but instead the law and constitution. The legislator also took a sarcastic jibe at Asif Zardari and maintained that Zardari lecturing on Article 62, 63 was a spectacle in itself. The Minister said it was the only time in the history of the country when Asif Zardari was convicted by Swiss courts.