Seoul, Jun 1 South Korea and China signed a free trade deal today that will remove tariffs on more than 90 percent of goods over two decades.
Trade ministers from the two countries met in Seoul to sign the pact between two of Asia's biggest economies..... read more
Peshawar Jun 1 At least 10 people were killed and several others injured in two separate bombing incidents in Pakistan's restive northwestern province.
In the first incident, three people were killed today when a remote-controlled improvised explosive device targeting vehicle of a local political administrator exploded in South ... read more
Lahore, Jun 1 Banned Pakistan Taliban today claimed responsibility for the killing of a former minister and ruling party member of Punjab Assembly who was shot dead along with his son and nephew in Punjab province..... read more
Beijing, June 1 At least 16 people have been killed and over four lakh people were affected due to heavy rains and hailstorms in southern parts of China during last week, the Ministry of Civil Affairs (MCA) said today..... read more
Colombo, Jun 1 Days after rejecting India's proposal to allow its fishermen to catch fish in Lankan waters, Sri Lanka has said it will continue to engage with India on the vexed fishermen issue in the spirit of "goodwill and understanding" to seek short-term and long-term solutions..... read more
Lagos, Jun 1 Thirty-seven people burnt to death in southeast Nigeria after a petrol tanker lost control, rammed into a busy bus station and burst into flames, police said today..... read more
Mexico City, Jun 2 A protest movement organized over social media in Honduras has led to large demonstrations in cities around the Central American country..... read more
Mazar-i-Sharif (Afghanistan) Jun 2 Nine Afghan employees of a Czech aid organisation were killed when militants attacked their guesthouse in northern Afghanistan early today, officials said, the latest attack targeting humanitarian workers in the war-battered country..... read more