Imran Khan’s party has been facing the wrath of Pakistan’s military and government in the aftermath of violent unrest following his arrest earlier this month.
We bring you the latest on the reports that Imran Khan will be arrested again.
Imran Khan has said he is ready to “fight to the end” to preserve democracy.
Pakistan’s supreme court has ruled the arrest of former prime minister Imran Khan two days ago was illegal, and has ordered that he be released into the protection of the court.
Pakistan’s former prime minister Imran Khan has been arrested outside the High Court in Islamabad – where he was due to appear on charges of corruption, which he’s denied. A spokesman said Mr Khan was dragged out of the court compound into a police vehicle – describing it as an “abduction”. There’s been unrest across…
Israeli security forces say they have killed three men they claim were responsible for killing a British Israeli woman and her two daughters. The men were killed during a raid in Nablus. Lucy Dee and the two young women were shot dead last month in the Jordan Valley.
In Myanmar, more than 3,000 civilians have been killed over the past two years, amid the popular uprising against the military regime that came to power in a coup.
In Myanmar, more than 3,000 civilians have been killed and more than one million people displaced internally in a brutal civil war that erupted after a military coup two years ago which ousted Aung San Suu Kyi and her elected government.
Vladimir Putin has described the Chinese President as his “dear friend” as he welcomed Xi Jinping to the Kremlin – at the start of a two day visit. President Xi praised his Russian counterpart’s “strong leadership” and claimed the two countries shared some similar goals.
87 million Nigerians are heading to the polls today to elect their next president, after a highly contested campaign dominated by unemployment, growing insecurity and a fuel shortage crisis.
In Iran, thousands have been arrested and hundreds killed in the regime’s crackdown on nationwide protests triggered by the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody last year. And yet the demonstrations continue. In the city of Zahedan, the capital of Sistan and Baluchestan province, rallies are held every Friday, without fail.
Family members of attackers will be penalised, while it’ll become easier for Israeli citizens to carry guns.
Eight people have been killed and ten others injured in a shooting attack at a Jerusalem synagogue after a gunman opened fire – the suspect was shot dead by police as he tried to escape the scene – while dozens of officers are searching for any possible accomplices.
Classes for female students have been stopped, while security forces have prevented women in the Afghan capital Kabul from entering university campuses after the country’s Taliban rulers imposed a new ban on women and girls from accessing higher education.
Residents of the southern city of Guangzhou clashed with police as they tried to escape lockdown.