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Maldives former president Nasheed ‘critical’ after bomb blast

MALE: The Maldives speaker of parliament and former president, Mohamed Nasheed, was in critical care after being severely wounded in a bomb blast outside his home, in what police are treating as a terrorist attack. Nobody has claimed responsibility for

Former Maldives President Nasheed injured in blast

MALE: Former Maldives president and current Parliament Speaker Mohamed Nasheed was injured in a blast near his home and was being treated in a hospital. Maldives Home Minister Imran Abdulla told a local television that Nasheed’s injuries were not life-threatening

10 Places Pakistanis Don’t Need Visas To Travel

There are few countries in the world that allow Pakistanis to travel with a visa on arrival. Pakistanis don’t need the visas to 43 countries but we have listed 10 countries that allow Pakistanis to obtain a visa on arrival

Amal Clooney to fight for Rohingyas at UN court

MALE: Maldives has hired prominent human rights lawyer Amal Clooney to represent it at the UN’s highest court in seeking justice for Myanmar’s persecuted Rohingya Muslims. The Maldivian government said it will formally join Gambia in challenging Myanmar’s military crackdown

FM Qureshi congratulates Maldives on rejoining Commonwealth

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has congratulated the government and the people of Maldives on rejoining the Commonwealth. FM Qureshi took to Twitter and congratulated the Maldives and said, “We are delighted that the Maldives has rejoined the Commonwealth

Pakistan welcomes Maldives on rejoining Commonwealth

MALE: Maldives has rejoined the Commonwealth just an hour after United Kingdom left the European Union, bringing the total number of nations in the global organisation to 54. Pakistan has welcomes the readmission of Maldives to the Commonwealth and congratulates

Maldives parliament dismiss Chief Justice and senior judge

MALE: Maldives lawmakers voted on Monday to dismiss Chief Justice Dr Ahmed Abdulla Didi and Supreme Court judge Justice Adam Mohamed Abdulla from the Supreme Court. The government said was part of an overhaul of the judiciary but the opposition