Pakistan’s Supreme Court rejects Musharraf appeal to have treason conviction tossed, says he must surrender first

In this file photo, photograph, Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf addresses foreign media representatives at his farmhouse in Islamabad on Dec. 29, 2013. (AFP)
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Updated 18 January 2020

Pakistan’s Supreme Court rejects Musharraf appeal to have treason conviction tossed, says he must surrender first

January 18: RT states that the Pakistani Supreme Court has shot down a bid by former military ruler Pervez Musharraf to overturn a guilty verdict in his long-running treason case, arguing that he must turn himself in to authorities before making any appeal.

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Locust invasion hits crops as Pakistan suffers worst infestation in 20 years

Updated 22 February 2020

Locust invasion hits crops as Pakistan suffers worst infestation in 20 years

February 22: Sky News states that a swarm of desert locusts is destroying crops and threatening the livelihoods of farmers in Pakistan's Punjab province.

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