Ø  US pledges to expand security partnership with Pakistan

Ø  Pakistan’s democracy, its military, and America

Ø  Security partnership with Pakistan a priority: US

Ø  Pakistan prioritises US ties for peace, prosperity

Ø  U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield on U.S. Diplomacy in the Pacific Islands

Ø  Polar Points No. 26 | NATO in the Arctic: 75 years of Security, Cooperation, and Adaptation

Ø  Sharper: Maritime Security

Ø  UN body to consider Pakistan-led resolution on halting arms sales to Israel

Ø  Pakistan to chair UN commission

Ø  ‘Shocking’ increase in children denied aid in conflicts

Ø  Gaza: Aid worker killings prompt temporary halt to UN operations after dark

Ø  $414 million appeal for Palestine refugees in Syria, Lebanon and Jordan

Ø  UN calls for restraint following Iran consulate attack in Syria

Ø  With 783 million people going hungry, a fifth of all food goes to waste

Ø  Gaza: World court issues fresh measures for Israel as crisis deepens


Ø  Diplomatic spat erupts between Poland and Israel after WCK killings in Gaza

Ø  NATO agrees to work on long-term military support for Ukraine

Ø  Bulgaria and Romania partially join Europe’s Schengen area

Ø  Turkish local elections: Opposition stuns Erdogan with historic victory

Ø  Spain’s decision to recognize Palestinian state marks potential turning point for Europe

Ø  President Zardari advocates bolstering Pakistan-Russia bilateral cooperation

Ø  Russia’s Lavrov says Chinese peace plan on Ukraine is most reasonable so far

Ø  Russia’s neighbours urge Nato allies to bring back military service

Ø  Hungary opposes setting up 100 bln euro fund for military aid to Ukraine — minister

Ø  Russia scales up its attacks as Ukraine warns of urgent need for weapons


Ø  SBP Weekly Data Report

Ø  Pakistan’s FY24 economic outlook remains bleak, warns World Bank

Ø  Energy sector circular debt surges to Rs5.5tr

Ø  Trade deficit widens 56pc to $2.17bn in March

Ø  Do global economic policies entrap nations?

Ø  Overhauling Pakistan’s tax system

Ø  Oil heads for second weekly gain on geopolitical tension, supply concerns

Ø  Natural, administrative constraints mar kharif outlook

Ø  Human development crisis deepens

Ø  Facilitating Article 6 implementation for climate goals

Ø  Plants’ business: Another casualty of climate change

Ø  Gwadar flooding: govt should take climate change more seriously

Ø  After the deluge

Ø  Climate change and future directions for international law

Ø  Is the Fight Against Climate Change Losing Momentum?