The remarks by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson, Gopal Baglay, came following reports in the Pakistani press that Russia expressed an intention to mediate between the two countries.
The French President’s victory will not only pave his way to deliver on campaign pledges, but will also bring to light the changing political scenario in France.
The cause of the blast was also not immediately clear, although online commentators said it could have been a gas canister explosion.
The attack was carried out by the militant group al-Shabaab, which has been causing trouble in recent times through a campaign of suicide bombings.
The government has shut down multiple social media outlets in what some citizens are calling a real life version of George Orwell’s 1984. The newly enacted Cybersecurity Law, with its ‘ideological control’ guidelines, is worrying locals and foreign companies alike.
The report submitted to the General Assembly, states that over 90% of the world’s population used improved drinking water sources in 2015, without indicating the current measures of progress for the SDGs.
With three years left for the Tokyo Olympics, the government plans on ramping up security, but is receiving backlash for clamping down on privacy rights.
Nabeel Rajab’s lawyers walked out after they were denied a postponement they had requested due to the activist’s failing health after spending prolonged periods in solitary confinement.
At a ceremony commemorating the 77th anniversary of the first transport of prisoners who entered the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp, Szydlo said that “Auschwitz is a lesson showing that everything needs to be done to protect one’s citizens”.
Migrants say they fear the diplomatic crisis will leave them destitute, jobless and trapped in the Gulf.
Immigration authorities are arresting Iraqi immigrants with records of serious crimes after Iraq agreed to accept them to be kept out of Trump’s travel ban.
The decision incited a lot of disapproval and has now been referred to the courts, where there is a spat regarding the jurisdiction of the treaty.
Documents detailing the renovation plans for the high rise have no mention of a fire barrier that building safety experts say should have been installed when it was re-clad.
The Republican lawmaker is in critical condition after being attacked by a gunman. The incident sparked debate about gun laws and dividing political tensions.
Members of the Sikh Sewa Organisation, which provides meals for the homeless, said they had to flee for “their own safety” after far-right activists became “abusive” towards them.
The military says that it arrested a member of the Maute group, the ISIS-backed militants it is fighting in the Marawi City region.
May inches closer to a deal with the DUP, which will help her stay in power, but the issue of ‘hard’ or ‘soft’ Brexit is still being debated.
Leo Varadkar, the son of an Indian immigrant, is the first gay premier of the once-staunchly Catholic country and the youngest person to hold the office.
The obstruction of justice investigation into Donald Trump allegedly began days after former FBI chief James Comey was fired on May 9.
Close to 1.2 million refugees need resettling globally, but only 93,200 places in resettlement countries are expected to become available this year.
For long, South-EastAsian countries have protested Chinese aggressions in the naval region, while a distracted White House shows tepid commitment to back them.
Some 60,000 Brazilians are killed each year, accounting for 10% of all homicides worldwide. As terrorised voters look to authoritarian leaders to impose order, Brazil’s democracy hangs in the balance.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s younger siblings claim citizens are prone to abuse as the system of checks and balances in the government has broken down.
Thiry Democratic US senators and 166 members of the house brought forth yet another lawsuit against the US president for his myriad conflicts of interest.
Otto Warmbier, who was detained in North Korea in January 2016 and lapsed into coma in March, was released by the Pyongyang regime on humanitarian grounds.
The remaining 40% are due to be relinquished by June 20.
“Hospitals are closing because their supporters from outside are bored now because it’s the seventh year of the revolution. Many of them don’t want to come in anymore.”
After a stalemate of almost 16 years in the region, the US defense secretary says they ‘recognise the need for urgency’.
Nearly 30,000-40,000 buildings built without approval in Kenya’s capital are at risk.
The Pakistan interior ministry claimed that the Chinese nationals abducted by ISIS were engaged in illegal missionary work under the guise of learning Urdu.
About 800 people fell prey to food poisoning at a camp near the Iraqi city of Mosul after breaking their Ramadan fast together with a communal iftar meal.
In an era of dwindling press freedom and mass socio-economic crisis, journalists and activists in the country are taking innovative measures to bring the news to the masses.
When Jeff Sessions dodged questions about his interactions with President Trump regarding Russia, he both angered Democrats and raised new questions.
The deputy consul general was arrested in New York on charges of labour trafficking and assault.
Over 200 firefighters and 20 ambulances are present at the scene, in what London mayor Sadiq Khan has called a ‘”major incident”.
The high unemployment rates and recession that have been rampant ever since Jacob Zuma came into power in 2009 will take time to heal and will need a callback of the Government of National Unity.
With the US administration sending isolationist signals, Germany stands to gain from the global power vacuum.
While there are 800 million people facing starvation or undernourishment, there are approximately 800 million more facing the exact opposite problem. Obesity and undernourishment have become a humanitarian crisis so big they affect more than a fifth of the world’s population.
What does adapting to Italian culture mean for the millions of foreigners living there? Does it mean giving up your religious identity?
A policewoman and two civilians were injured in a shooting at the S-Bahn train station in Unterföhring near Munich.