Le bilan des inondations de la mousson au Pakistan depuis juin a atteint 1 191 morts, selon les chiffres publiés mercredi par l'Autorité nationale de gestion des catastrophes du pays. Il a indiqué que 3 641 autres personnes ont été blessées, alors que de fortes pluies qui ont touché plus de 33 millions de personnes… Continue reading LE NOMBRE DE MORTS AUGMENTE À 1 191 AU PAKISTAN INONDATION DE LA MOUSSON
The death toll from monsoon flooding in Pakistan since June has reached 1,191, according to figures released on Wednesday by the country's National Disaster Management Authority. It said another 3,641 people have been injured, as heavy rains that have affected more than 33 million people continued to lash parts of the country.
Pakistan's former prime minister, Imran Khan, is facing charges under an anti-terror act for threats to police and a magistrate.Khan has been making fiery speeches to gatherings across the South Asian nation as he pushes for new elections after being ousted from power in April through a parliamentary vote.The use of anti-terrorism laws as the… Continue reading PAKISTAN’S FORMER PM IMRAN KHAN FACING CHARGES UNDER ANTI-TERROR ACT
From around Asia, here are a few stories that you may have missed this week.Former bosses of the operator of the Fukushima nuclear power plant that suffered a meltdown in 2011 have been ordered to pay 13 trillion yen ($97 billion) for failing to prevent the disaster.The bosses from the Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco)… Continue reading ASIA NEWS WRAP: FUKUSHIMA BOSSES TOLD TO PAY $97B IN DAMAGES AND MORE….
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke with Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Wednesday on relations between the two countries as they seek to repair ties that were strained under former Prime Minister Imran Khan.They also spoke about the situation in Pakistan's neighbor Afghanistan and about the impact of the Russian invasion of… Continue reading U.S SECRETARY OF STATE BLINKEN SPEAKS WITH PAKISTAN FOREIGN MINISTER