At least nine people were killed by a blast targeting a security checkpoint outside a major Sufi shrine in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore on Wednesday, officials said.
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The African National Congress faces its toughest electoral test on Wednesday, seeking to reverse a slide in support from voters frustrated by rampant graft and racial inequalities a generation after it won power in South Africa’s first all-race poll.
South African industrialist Ivor Ichikowitz speaks about the findings of a public opinion survey recently commissioned by his Family foundation which suggests widespread disillusionment amongst South African youth ahead of general elections
Singapore’s lone opposition party in parliament has said it will oppose a controversial fake news bill that has been criticized by rights groups, journalists and tech firms as a debate over the proposed legislation entered a second day on Wednesday.
Tencent Holdings Ltd said on Wednesday it will stop offering in China its test version of global best-selling video game “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds” (PUBG), having waited in vain for over a year to gain regulatory approval to begin sales.
Iran has informed ambassadors from the United Kingdom, France, Germany, China and Russia of its decision to stop implementing “some commitments” under a 2015 nuclear deal, state broadcaster IRIB reported on Wednesday.
The New England Patriots have carried an undrafted rookie on the Week 1 active roster for 15 consecutive seasons. But guaranteed money is no guarantee.
Asian stocks fall further after Wall Street ends down another 1.7 per cent