Pakistan condemns terror attack in Ankara
In a statement, Foreign Office spokesperson Mohammad Nafees Zakaria said the government and people of Pakistan extend their heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families and prayed for the early recovery of the injured.
He expressed the hope that Turkey will eliminate scourge of terrorism soon.
Terror Attack in Ankara
In Turkey, twenty eight people including civilians were killed in a suicide car bomb attack on military convoy in the capital, Ankara.
- Pink Ribbon set to augment Breast Cancer Awareness in Oct12:34 PM | 25 Sep, 2021
- Eight ‘terrorists’ planning attacks arrested in Punjab12:12 PM | 25 Sep, 2021
- FM Qureshi apprises UN president, secretary general about human ...11:51 AM | 25 Sep, 2021
- 19-year-old Shehroze Kashif becomes youngest Pakistani to summit ...11:24 AM | 25 Sep, 2021
- TikTok star Jannat Mirza's new video takes internet by storm03:46 PM | 24 Sep, 2021
- Indian song 'Mehendi' is a copy of iconic Pakistani song 'Gagar'03:46 PM | 24 Sep, 2021
- Firdous Jamal's comments about Mahira Khan, Osman Khalid trigger ...03:24 PM | 24 Sep, 2021