Ex-Pakistan PM and cricket icon Imran Khan and his wife sentenced to 7 years in prison for ‘unlawful marriage’
Bushra was accused of not completing the waiting period mandated by Islam, called “Iddat”, after divorcing her previous husband and marrying Khan.
The Shahed-136 , which has been extensively used by Russian forces in Ukraine, can be fired from truck-mounted containers at a slightly upward angle. A small rocket booster helps propel the drone into the air before being jettisoned. Its main piston engine then takes over to power the flight.
Houthi attacks have targeted ships in the southern Red Sea and the neighbouring Gulf of Aden, which are joined by the Bab al-Mandab strait, a chokepoint between the Horn of Africa and the Middle East.
Reculturalisation: Long demonised as satanic, African-inspired religions are gaining traction in Latin America
Followers of African-based religions are on the rise in South America new data shows, a reflection of how the region’s African heritage is gaining a greater voice beyond Brazil where such traditions are widely recognised.
Executive blitz on Kenyan judiciary poses threats to wobbly economy as fears mount it’ll hurt further foreign capital inflows
The ruling irritated the executive, with Ruto and Gachagua launching tirades – without proof – against the judiciary. Justice Majanja and Justice Esther Maina have come under unsavoury attacks, raising suspicions that the president is creating an excuse to staff the judiciary – particularly the commercial and taxes court – with his henchmen.
Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee, who’s presiding over the election case, has set a February 15 hearing on Roman’s motion. Willis and Wade are among a dozen witnesses Merchant has subpoenaed to testify at that hearing, and Friday’s filing says the district attorney plans to ask McAfee to toss out those subpoenas.
DR Congo, who won the last of two Cup of Nations titles in 1974 when they were still known as Zaire, now take on either hosts Ivory Coast or Mali in the semi-final in Abidjan on Wednesday.
Syrian state media said on Friday that an “American aggression” on sites in its desert areas and at the Syrian-Iraqi border resulted in a number of casualties and injuries. The Iraqi military said the strikes were in the Iraqi border area and warned they could ignite instability in the region.