Pakistan's aviation minister recently told parliament that a government review had found 262 of the country's 860 active pilots hold fake licenses or cheated on exams.
At least six people killed, including four Balochistan Liberation Army militants, police said, adding the gunmen were well equipped and possibly planned a long siege, which was quickly thwarted.
Pakistan International Airlines plane came down among houses on May 22 after both engines failed as it approached Karachi airport, killing all but two people on board.
Separatist group Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army claims responsibility for coordinated attacks that also left at least a dozen people wounded.
The building collapsed on Sunday and it was unclear how many people were inside at the time. It had 40 apartments and most of them were empty because it was recently ordered vacated after it was declared unsafe in March.
France's BEA air accident agency is expected to open and download information from boxes, subject to recording chips being intact inside their crash-resistant shells. Ninety-seven people were killed in the plane crash.
At least 97 people were killed when an Airbus A320, operated by Pakistan International Airlines, crashed into a Karachi neighbourhood in what was the country's worst air disaster since 2012.
Many countries have closed mosques to the public, making it impossible for worshippers to hold the traditional congregational prayers that are part of Eid al Fitr celebrations.
The Pakistan International Airline flight from Lahore was carrying nearly 100 people. At least 56 bodies have been recovered as rescue operations continue; at least 2 passengers survived, officials said.
How the fallout of the water crisis in Pakistan's commercial hub Karachi is felt by school going girls.
In countries like India and Israel Muslims are being scapegoated for the spread of Covid-19.
Health experts have warned of an epidemic in South Asia, home to a fifth of the world's population, that could easily overwhelm its weak public health systems.
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