Islamabad says Indian spy Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav alias Mubarak Patel has refused to lodge an appeal against his conviction in Pakistan and will try instead for a military pardon.
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.
In a separate attack that went unclaimed, a roadside bombing in eastern Ghazni province killed at least three police officers, including a district police chief.
An inquiry into an airplane crash has turned into a nightmare for an already drowning airline.
Agnes Callamard says the US drone strike that resulted in an "arbitrary killing" violated the UN charter.
The incident at Oxijen factory reportedly occurred as a result of human error and is the latest of a string of explosions to have hit the Tehran area and a key nuclear site in the past two weeks.
Gunmen kill at least six supporters of a group associated with Jan Sanhati Samiti insurgent movement, about 400 kilometres southeast of the capital, Dhaka.
The anniversary of the downing of Iran Air Flight 655 is part of an Iranian-American war that continues to this day.
Thursday's fire has caused significant damage at Iran's Natanz nuclear facility that could slow the development of advanced centrifuges, an Iranian nuclear official said on Sunday.
The reopening comes as the country recorded 24,850 confirmed cases, bringing the nationwide total to 673,165, making India the fourth hardest-hit in the world.
Homegrown app platforms Sharechat and Roposo said they had seen a huge surge in new users since India's ban on their Chinese rivals.
Recently, Iran has seen two big explosions hit nuclear and military facilities. Experts argue possible theories, including Israeli aggression and internal malfunctions.
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