Karachi University Blast: Investigative Agencies Prepared Sketch Of Attacker’s Female Facilitator
May 16: The Nation reported that investigative agencies on Sunday sketched out the attacker’s female facilitator in the Karachi University suicide blast case and have also appealed to citizens for help in the search.
Anti-terrorism meeting today: Pakistan, India, SCO to focus on Afghanistan
May 16: The News reported that counterterrorism teams from India and Pakistan and other members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) will thrash out anti-terror measures under the Regional Anti-Terrorist Structure (RATS), in particular it will discuss security situation in Afghanistan, foreign media reported.
Bilawal derides Imran over US conspiracy claim
May 16: The Express Tribune reported that Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari on Sunday said former premier Imran Khan says that a conspiracy was hatched against him in the White House in US, whereas it actually happened at the Bilawal House.
Pakistan holds memorial service for Chinese teachers killed in Karachi terror attack
May 16: Global Times reported that the Pakistani Foreign Ministry on Saturday held a memorial service for the Chinese teachers killed in the terrorist attack at the Confucius Institute of the University of Karachi.
Kabul, Islamabad urged to overcome trust deficit
May 16: Pajhwok reported that some segments of the Afghan society are looking at Pakistan with suspicion, says a former ambassador. Syed Abrar Hussain, speaking at an event in Islamabad, urged the neighbours to take effective steps to overcome their trust deficit.