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  • Accountability court issues bailable warrants for Nawaz Zardari, Gillani among those summoned in case of receiving luxury vehicles and gifts from Toshakhana.
  • Fresh Nawaz photo sparks debate over his health PML-N says ex-PM stopped at a roadside cafe after a walk in London.
  • Work on PIA plane’s black box to begin on June 2 in France An AAIB member will also accompany the Airbus team to France.
  • Wearing of masks at public places mandatory now SAPM Dr Zafar Mirza urges people not to share unsubstantiated information.
  • Mob vandalises Karachi’s Civil Hospital after ‘delay in handing over body‘ of Covid-19 patient Hospital’s medical superintendent says doctors were “only following SOPs issued by the govt”.
  • Coronavirus hopes and fears centre on ‘immunity’ WHO official says “jury out” on whether previous coronavirus infections can prevent people from contracting Covid-19.
  • Locusts damage crops in 31 districts of Balochistan UN organisation warns of a possible loss of Rs451bn to Pakistan.
  • Rs20bn allocated for anti-locust operation, says Imam NDMA, plant protection dept will be informed about locusts ahead of their movement.
  • In a first, ship with fertiliser for Afghanistan berths at Gwadar Port This is the first time Gwadar port is being used for import of urea by the Afghan government.
  • China slams ‘senseless’ US move at UN over Hong Kong China’s new law for Hong Kong will allow Chinese security agencies to operate openly there.
  • China says US action on Hong Kong ‘doomed to fail’ The move comes as China threatened to retaliate after the US revoked Hong Kong’s special status.
  • Taliban storm Afghan border post, kill 14 security men A government official says efforts to extend ceasefire are continuing.
  • Pharma firm plans to import Covid-19 treatment drug from Bangladesh Company asks authorities for urgent regulatory approval.
  • T20 World Cup at ‘high risk’ of being postponed Australia is scheduled to host the tournament in October and November.
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