PM's adviser appeals to Iraqi president to enhance Pakistani labour force.
Islamabad asks Doha to reduce price of LNG and make supplies on deferred payments under existing 15-year contract.
Thousands of Palestinians have been deprived of food aid or basic health services from America.
FO says amount "will help Pakistan achieve financial stability and overcome economic challenges".
PM says Pakistan will one day generate so much revenue from tourism that it will no longer need to borrow.
Bombardment hits Iranian, Syrian targets around Damascus, as well as near military airport to south of capital.
Imran Khan to meet Qatar's emir to discuss matters of mutual interest and export of labour to the Gulf state.
CEO of Elite Estates Tarek Hamdy says plan may take a "few good years, maybe couple of decades" to complete.
The blast comes a week after the Al Qaeda-linked HTS took over control of wide parts of Idlib province.
Unarmed monitors will be sent to Hodeida city and port as well as to the ports of Saleef and Ras Issa for six months.
US-born Marzieh Hashemi was arrested on arrival at St Louis Lambert International Airport; no reason provided.
Two districts in Hodeida last received aid in July when a WFP truck delivering relief goods was hit, says spokesman.
Rahaf Alqunun says number of women fleeing Saudi administration and abuse may increase since no system to stop them.
Move emphasises the foreign policy differences between Qatar, UAE and Bahrain.
King Abdullah's last trip to Iraq was in 2008, he was the first Arab leader to visit after Saddam Hussein was toppled.
"It definitely rattled people. People were shocked. It was mind-boggling how cavalier they were about hitting Iran."
“No difference” between the IS and the Kurdish People's Protection Units militia, says Erdogan's spokesman.
US secretary of state's visit to include talks on Middle East crises and killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
"Will ensure we have all the facts so that they are held accountable, certainly by the Saudis but by the US as well.”
The moves raise concerns of more suffering for Gaza's two million residents already under an Israeli blockade.
Intelligence Brigadier General Saleh Tamah was wounded on Thursday in a strike on a military parade in Al-Anad air base.