Free Press Journal
  • Trump blames India for no climate deal

    Washington : President Donald Trump has again blamed India and China for his decision last year to withdraw from the historic Paris climate accord, saying the agreement was unfair as it would have made the US pay for nations which benefited the most from the deal.

  • Will go with phase two sanctions on N Korea if first won’t work: US Prez

     Washington:  US President Donald Trump on Saturday warned that he will go with phase two sanctions on North Korea if the first one won’t work, which will be very unfortunate for the world. Earlier, he had imposed the “heaviest-ever” sanctions on North Korea’s shipping companies in a bid to prevent the reclusive nation from acquiring nuclear weapons and developing intercontinental ballistic missiles.

  • 23 people killed in a series of suicide attacks in Afghanistan

    Kabul : At least 23 people, mostly soldiers, were killed and more than a dozen wounded in a series of attacks and suicide bombings in Afghanistan on Saturday, officials said, the latest assaults on the war-torn country’s beleaguered security forces.

  • Foreign Secretary level talks for bilateral ties with Chinese officials

    Beijing :  Amid continued Sino-India discord over a host of issues, Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale has made a surprise visit to Beijing and held talks with top Chinese officials on bilateral ties and topics related to regional and international importance.

  • JuD’s offices found operating openly and freely in Pakistan

    Lahore/Rawalpindi : The Pakistan government’s claim of having banned the Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) and the Falah-e-Insaniat (FIF) and of having seized all offices and charities run by these organisations has proven to be false, as video evidence  reveals that these charities are very much active.

  • Pak govt acted against JuD’s charities: Saeed

     Lahore : Mumbai terror attack mastermind and JuD chief Hafiz Saeed on Saturday alleged that the US has made a plot against his “charities” therefore the Pakistani govt is bound to act against them.

  • Compromise on Syria ceasefire resolution eluding UNSC

    United Nations : After a day of hectic negotiations and three delays, the 10 elected members of the UN Security Council (UNSC) failed to get its five permanent members to compromise on a resolution for a 30-day ceasefire in war-torn Syria and to allow humanitarian aid to reach besieged areas.

  • Pak calls FATF decision ‘politically motivated’

    Islamabad : A day after the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) decided to place Pakistan back on its terror financing watch-list on a list of countries that financially aid terrorism, Islamabad on Saturday slammed the decision as “politically motivated” that may affect its future cooperation.

  • Ex-Trump campaign aide pleads guilty in Russia investigation

    Washington : A former top adviser to President Donald Trump’s election campaign pleaded guilty to federal conspiracy and false-statements charges in the special counsel’s Russia investigation.

  • US schools need offensive capability: Trump 

    Washington : President Donald Trump has reiterated the idea of arming teachers and sought offensive capabilities in schools to deter mass shootings.