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PARIS (AFP): Of the 100 cities worldwide most vulnerable to environmental hazards all but one are in Asia, and most are in India or China, according to a risk assessment published Thursday (May 13).
KARACHI (Reuters) - Mohammad Ramzan pumps water into a large goat skin bag before carrying it down an alley and up several flights of stairs to deliver to a resident in Karachi, Pakistan's largest city.
(Reuters) - The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is considering the United Arab Emirates as a venue to stage the remainder of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) Twenty20 tournament but the country's COVID-19 body will take a final call, the governing body said on Thursday.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan will reduce the number of international flights into and out of its airports by 80% to help curb rising COVID-19 cases, the government said on Saturday.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - A Brazilian health regulator official told a congressional hearing on Tuesday that the approval of Russia's Sputnik V vaccine by other countries does not mean it meets Brazilian regulatory requirements.
QUETTA, Pakistan (Reuters) -A car bomb blast late on Wednesday ripped through a luxury hotel's parking area in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta, killing four people and wounding 11, officials said.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) -Pakistan's government will seek a vote in parliament on Tuesday on whether to expel the French ambassador after violent anti-France protests by Islamists demanding action over cartoons depicting Prophet Mohammad, the interior minister said.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Islamist radicals in Pakistan have released 11 police officers that were taken hostage during violent anti-blasphemy protests against France over the weekend, the interior minister said on Monday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Amid the cascade of U.S. sanctions imposed Thursday on Russian cybersecurity companies and officials alleged to be operating on behalf of the Kremlin's intelligence services, one company stood out: the Fresh Air Farm House in Karachi, Pakistan.
As cases of violence against women and girls have surged in South Asia in recent years, authorities have introduced harsher penalties and expanded surveillance networks, including facial recognition systems, to prevent such crimes.