The delegation will review how the Communist Party eradicated poverty, corruption in China.
Taliban claim the attack.
Bangladesh has vowed not to force anyone to return.
Source claims Khalilzad wants settlement within 6 months ─ a timescale the Taliban say is too short.
Evacuation and relief operations by state authorities and armed forces are underway.
Nirankari followers are at odds with mainstream Sikhs who dominate in Punjab.
Facebook says it provided data to the government in 53 per cent of the cases.
The attacks have been so relentless that authorities no longer regularly provide casualty figures.
Many on a Bangladesh repatriation list of 2,260 people have gone into hiding, community leaders say.
Brown University reported last week that America too has lost 6,334 people in Afghanistan since October 2001.
US vice president says he is "anxious to hear about progress" in resolving Rohingya crisis.
The Pakistani authors will be competing to win US $25,000
Majority of the 225-member assembly supported a no-confidence motion against appointed government of Mahinda Rajapakse.
Bangladesh authorities say they will begin returning Rohingya refugees from Thursday.
Both sides agree to constitute technical committee in order to resolve issues pertaining to railways.
Prime Minister Imran Khan expresses "desire for amity, friendship and good relations among Muslim countries".
“I feel that it is now not a question of if, but when,” says Afghan president.
President Maithripala Sirisena on Friday called snap elections for January 5 and dismissed the parliament.
Sirisena dissolved parliament on Friday night and called a general election for January 5.
The opposition says thousands of its activists have been detained in recent months.
Police spokesman says six members of the security forces were also wounded.