US Warns Pakistan for abolishing human rights, urges to thwart military trials

US Department of State spokesperson Matthew Miller stated on Tuesday, June 13, 2023, that the US is aware of the reports regarding civilians who would face military courts for their alleged participation in the protest in Pakistan on May 9

Pakistan: Former PM calls for freedom protests after temporary imprisonment

Imran Khan, former prime minister of Pakistan, has called for national "freedom" protests on Sunday after his temporary imprisonment last week led to fatal violence across the country

Pakistan: Karachi’s situation gets worse due to continuous rise in Crime

According to Pakistan's The Express Tribune newspaper, recent cases of targeted attacks in Karachi are extremely worrying and require urgent attention from law enforcement agencies and government authorities

Pakistan witnessing worst economic crisis in Ramadan

In 2023, the Pakistani government is suffering from its worst economic crisis. According to estimates, the country's debt has doubled yearly for 25 years. Ramadan this year saw a worsening of the situation

Pakistan’s federal government criticised for providing free wheat to Punjab

Pakistan: The federal government has come under criticism for providing Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa with free wheat bread

Imran Khan referred as terrorist by Pakistan’s minister of information and broadcasting

Islamabad: According to a report by Geo News, Imran Khan, the former prime minister and current leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), said during a press conference on Sunday that he is not a politician but a terrorist. This was said by Marriyum Aurangzeb, Pakistan's minister for information and broadcasting

Pakistan: More trouble for PTI as Police files more cases ahead of protests

The former Pakistani prime minister and leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf has been accused of three different acts of terrorism, according to the country's capital police

Pakistan: Remote explosion in Khuzdar killed two, seven injured

On Tuesday, a powerful magnetic explosive connected to a car in Khuzdar town killed two of its residents and injured seven others

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Sofia’s “March for the Family” Set to Break Attendance Records in 2024

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Bulgaria Air Launches New Direct Routes from Varna to Prague and Frankfurt

The inaugural flight from Varna to Prague commenced on June 23, marking the beginning of a new seasonal service. Scheduled to operate twice weekly, on Wednesdays and Sundays, this route caters to both Bulgarian residents and Czech tourists

Women’s Representation in Bulgarian Parliament Rises to 27%, Still Below Recommended Levels

With women now comprising 27% of the members in the National Assembly, up from previous levels around 24%, the shift marks a step forward but falls short of the 30% threshold recommended by international standards

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