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By Zarar Khan, Associated Press
Flash flooding from the heavy rains has washed away villages and crops as soldiers and rescue workers evacuated stranded residents to the safety of relief camps and provided food to thousands of displaced Pakistanis.
In our news wrap Saturday, U.S. intelligence officials said they will assess potential national security risks related to the classified materials recovered from Trump's residence, new concerns arise over shelling around Europe's largest nuclear plant in Ukraine, the death toll…
Flash floods triggered by heavy monsoon rains across much of Pakistan have killed nearly 1,000 people and injured and displaced thousands more since mid-June, officials said Saturday.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Friday, Moderna announced it's suing Pfizer and BioNTech accusing them of copying its technology for their COVID vaccine, workers at a nuclear plant in Ukraine began reconnecting it to the power grid, Britain says the war…
In our news wrap Thursday, California moves to eliminate most sales of gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035, President Biden calls for Russia to return a nuclear plant to Ukraine's control, a court rules Pakistan's former prime minister cannot be arrested until…
By Munir Ahmed, Associated Press
Officials say that recent heavy rains have wreaked havoc across Pakistan since mid-June, with 903 dead and about 50,000 people homeless.
In our news wrap Tuesday, a Michigan jury convicted two men of conspiring to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in 2020, a former Kentucky detective pleaded guilty to falsifying the warrant used in the deadly raid at Breonna Taylor's apartment, ceremonies…
In our news wrap Monday, Pfizer asked the FDA to authorize a new COVID vaccine targeting omicron subvariants, Dr. Anthony Fauci will step down from his post in December, Russia blamed Ukraine for a deadly car bombing near Moscow, Pakistan…
Pakistani police have filed terrorism charges against former Prime Minister Imran Khan, escalating political tensions in the country as the ex-premier holds mass rallies seeking to return to office.
A woman from Pakistan and another from Iran appear to be the first females from their countries to reach the top of K2, one of the world's highest and most dangerous summits.
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