P.M. Sharif thanks U.S. for its help to Islamabad in tackling devastation caused by floods
Spokesperson emphasizes that Pakistan’s position on Palestine is unambiguous and there has been no change to it
U.S. envoy to U.N. says she has urged P.M. Modi to reassess his nation’s linkages to Tehran
Envoy for Middle East says recent flare-ups prove precarious nature of unrest
UNESCO’s move seen as denial of Jewish history by Israeli officials
Antonio Guterres’s spokesman says U.N. staff does not represent any government or country.
American ambassador blocks Salam Fayyad’s nomination as envoy to Libya, claiming it reflects ‘unfair bias’ in favor of Palestine.
Cessation of hostilities will start on Thursday with possibility of renewal.
Pakistanis among the injured in rebel-launched airstrikes on Saudi city near border with Yemen.
The ongoing unrest in Middle Eastern nation has left hundreds of thousands of children dead, maimed or traumatized.
Viral photo is the ‘real face’ of the Syrian conflict, says U.S.
Refugee agency chief says Tehran’s refugee program offers ‘high quality’ services compared to most other countries.
Ayush ministry clarifies its directive to commence Yoga Day with chants of ‘Om’ are not compulsory.
Family of Murtaza Ahmadi has appealed for refugee status to U.N.
Surge in birth defects in South America believed to be linked to virus have prompted international concerns.
The Punjab government’s Orange Line project is hurting the very people it claims to help.
Official says developing nations cannot be expected to burden cost of switching to renewable energy sources.
Ahead of Paris talks, New Delhi argues for developed countries to bear burden of curbing emissions.
Five others have also been named in the corruption case at the United Nations.
Historians challenge notion that current crisis is largest faced by Europe since World War II.