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Death toll rises to 20 in Pakistan factory collapseRescuers continue to search for survivors after factory containing more than 200 workers on the outskirts of Lahore collapsed WednesdayDentists warned of counterfeit equipment following huge haulMedical regulator launches investigations after thousands of pieces of poor quality imported dental equipment seizedDentists have been warned about the potential danger of buying and using counterfeit and unapproved dental equipment, a regulator.Pakistan crush Aussies in first TestPakistan see off Australia's remaining batsmen to earn a crushing 221 run win in the first Test in DubaiPakistan cricketers to bounce back from India loss MalikPakistan miscalculated the pitch in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka and will learn from their mistakes after a crushing five wicket loss to bitter rivals India.Pakistan blast 364 in big win over New Zealand Dec 14 (Reuters) Pakistan smashed their third highest one day total of 364 in a crushing 147 run win over New Zealand to move 2 1 up in the five match seri.VIDEO Quake injured treated in hospitalPeople injured in Monday's earthquake in Afghanistan and Pakistan are being treated in hospital, as the search for survivors in more remote areas continuSonar equipment used in student Antoine Maury searchSonar equipment is used at Duddingston Loch in the search for missing student Antoine Maury, who was last seen in Edinburgh 11 days ago

VIDEO AirAsia families await return of bodies

The investigation into the AirAsia crash has now turned to the ocean floor, with search teams braving bad weather to deploy sonar equipment in the Java Sea

Egyptian minister pledges speedy work amid newly invigorated search for Nefertiti's tombCAIRO Egyptian authorities promised Thursday they would move quickly to get new radar equipment needed to search for Queen Nefertiti's tomb amid a new theory it could be in an alleged, hidden chamber behind King Tutankhamun's tomb in the famed.Police believe man found dead on the Moors may have visited PakistanThe man, who is believed to be aged between 65 and 75, sparked a worldwide search to trace his identity after he was found dead near Dovestone Reservoir in Oldham last DecemberPakistan crush Aussies in first TestPakistan see off Australia's remaining batsmen to earn a crushing 221 run win in the first Test in Dubai2 ships searching for MH370 have damaged vital equipmentCANBERRA, Australia (AP) — The hunt for the Malaysian airliner in the Indian Ocean has been set back with two of the three search ships sustaining damage to vital equipment in recent days, officials said on WednesdayThe Australian Transport.Steady Misbah writes his name in Pakistan cricket history Four years and three months ago a frustrated Misbah ul Haq considered burning his cricket equipment and leaving the game for good But on Thursday he made hi.Pakistan blast 364 in big win over New Zealand Dec 14 (Reuters) Pakistan smashed their third highest one day total of 364 in a crushing 147 run win over New Zealand to move 2 1 up in the five match seri.Obama urges 'serious' action against Pakistan extremistsUS President Barack Obama has urged Pakistan to show it is "serious" about crushing extremist networks operating on its territory, saying the latest mass kil.

Christmas Day cocaine importer gets five years in jail

A US citizen convicted of importing cocaine into Canada on Christmas Day 2014 will be spending several Christmases in a Canadian jail

Afghanistan and Pakistan race to rescue earthquake victims; more than 240 killedArmy units and rescue teams dug through collapsed hillsides across northern Pakistan and Afghanistan on Tuesday in a desperate search for survivors after a powerful temblor in the Hindu Kush mountains that left more than 240 people.Eoin Morgan refuses to blame lack of preparation for England's crushing defeat by Pakistan in first ODIEngland one day captain Eoin Morgan felt their side 'had enough preparation' in the build up to the first one day international in Abu Dhabi after their six wicket defeat against PakistanNavy SEAL who claims he shot Osama bin Laden 'investigated over business links'Former SEAL Matthew Bissonnette, who claims he shot bin Laden during the raid in Abbottabad, Pakistan, is allegedly being investigated for his links to military equipment suppliersUK 'now a net importer of nurses'Nursing leaders have accused health chiefs of focusing on short term fixes after releasing figures they claim show the UK has become a net importer of nurses for the first time in eight years'Violent episode' revelations prompt Spanish police into new search for missing Scottish woman Lisa BrownSPANISH police will hire specialists using radar and underwater electronic equipment in a bid to locate the Scottish mum's body