The parliamentary board of PML-N has approved Shebaz Sharif's name as the next Prime Minister of Pakistan.
Iran has responded strongly to the sanctions put by the US on its missile program stating that it will continue to invest in the internal security.
Sri Lankan government has approved the sale of 70% stake in Hambantota port to China's Merchants Port Holding Co for ₹10000 crore.
Germany has issued a warning to the United States over its sanctions on Russia which reportedly affected European Companies.
Donald Trump has sacked chief of staff at White house, Reince Priebus. He will be replaced by John Kelly, 67-year-old, former Marine Corps General.
After the disqualification of Nawaz Sharif, his brother Shehbaz Sharif is considered as the frontrunner to the next prime minister of Pakistan.
Tehreek-e-Insaf's chief Imran Khan has hailed the decision of sacking Nawaz Sharif and called it the beginning of new Pakistan.
Senate of United States has voted 49-51 against scrapping off the affordable health care bill, named as ObamaCare.
Japanese defence minister resigns after being involved in a series of controversies and resulting to a sharp plunge in public support for PM.