The Pakistani Taliban responsibility claimed on Feb. 4 for a suicide attack the day before that killed 11 soldiers and wounded 13 in the Swat Valley.
Two people were killed and 14 injured when an explosion in the Belgian city of Antwerp destroyed three buildings, quoted by Reuters.
Police said two bodies were found under the debris on Tuesday following the blast on Monday evening. Five people were seriously injured and another was in a critical condition after the explosion in a part of the city where many students live.
At least 11 people have died in the fall of an avalanche in the Indian part of Kashmir, the Bulgarian National Radio has quoted DPA. The Agency refers to local authorities. Two cars were overwhelmed by the avalanche. Police, army, and rescue teams pulled out the bodies of 11 people. Two survivors were taken to the hospital. Among the dead there are five women and a two-year-old child.
A Turkish aid agency has built more than 600 water wells across Pakistan as part of a water-purification project.
Pakistan believes that the tension between Islamabad and New Delhi can trigger a nuclear war in South Asia.
Pakistan's National Security Adviser (NSA) Lieutenant General (Retired) Nasser Khan Janjua has opined that the regional security stands on an extremely fine balance. As a result, no one can deny the possibility of nuclear war, he mentioned earlier this week.
“Purple Horizons,” a Turkish-made film telling the struggle of a Syrian girl fleeing civil war in her country, has returned home with awards from Pakistan and Italy.
On May 28, 1998, Pakistan made its first attempt at a nuclear bomb that caused indignation around the world. 17 days ago, Indian President Abdul Kalam, a rocket engineer in education, said the country had tested a nuclear missile. In India, everyone calls Abdu'l Kalam the "Rocket Politician" because it gives a decisive boost to the Indian nuclear program.