Dhaka, May 24: Bangladesh educationist Azad Chowdhury called for the banning of the country’s biggest Islamist party, Jamaat-e-Islami, and blamed the organisation for misusing Islam and committing the wartime atrocities during the 1971 liberation war.
Kabul (Afghanistan), May 24: At least three explosions were reported from an area close to the Indian Embassy here on Friday, though there was no information of human casualties, if any.
Washington, May 24: The menace of 3-D printed guns has already spread far and it will be ‘impossible’ to stop the manufacturing of more guns, an intelligence bulletin has revealed.
Washington, May 24: Former American president Abraham Lincoln’s scribbled note ordering a disabled 14-year-old boy to be released from the Army in response to the boy’s father’s plea, has been put on sale at 15000 dollars as part of a rare collection of Lincoln’s children-related documents.
Beijing, May 24 (Xinhua-ANI): At least four people were killed and several others injured when a suicide bomber hit a mosque in Pakistan’s northwest Peshawar city Friday afternoon, local media reported.
Kabul, May 24: In a meeting with Afghan Interior Ministry officials, President Hamid Karzai has reportedly warned that neighbouring countries are trying to split the country.
London, May 24: A family doctor who used to record himself abusing female patients using a secret camera hidden inside his wristwatch, has been jailed for 12 years after admitting a string of sex charges.
Islamabad, May 24: One driver and his helper were killed, while another was injured, when gunmen opened fire on a convoy of NATO containers in a Khyber Agency.
Karachi, May 24: Pakistan has freed 45 Indian fishermen on humanitarian grounds as a goodwill gesture, officials have said.