Tens of thousands of people opposed to Britain’s looming breakup with the EU rallied in the heart of London yesterday, according to organisers, in the latest bid to try and stop Brexit. The march on parliament began as a noisy and festive affair, uniting a giant crowd in the se
What does it mean to be a Palestinian? In recent years, more and more individuals have turned to one creative field or another to offer up their own answer to that question, in the hope that a better understanding of it will bring real change. “With the continued failure of the political pr
Dawn, Pakistan’s oldest English-language newspaper, carries on its masthead the image of a man’s face and this proud claim: “founded by Quaid-I-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah,” who also founded the country itself. For the last eight years, the centerpiece of Dawn’s weekend
Pakistan’s finance minister promised yesterday to end the country’s reliance on International Monetary Fund bailouts to shore up its shaky economy, as officials prepare to negotiate a new loan. Asad Umar’s pledge comes days after Pakistan’s central bank warned infl
Britain’s Prince Harry yesterday opened the Olympic-style Invictus Games for disabled and wounded soldiers at a moving ceremony on the forecourt of Sydney’s Opera House, after an intense thunderstorm forced an hour-long delay. The Duke of Sussex, who climbed the Sydney Harbour
Explosions rocked polling centers across Kabul yesterday, causing dozens of casualties, as the long-delayed legislative election dissolved into chaos with many voting locations remaining closed due to technical glitches and lack of staff. At least three people were killed and more
The High Criminal Court has sentenced a 29-year-old man to one year in prison for attacking two police officers. The police officers were alerted by the defendant’s sister following a brawl at their house. “When we arrived we saw that he was bleeding. He was holding a knife."