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20 October:

 Australian carrier Qantas has completed a test of the longest non-stop commercial passenger flight as part of research on how the journey could affect pilots, crew and passengers. The Boeing 787-9 with 49 people on board took 19 hours and 16 minutes to fly from New York to Sydney, a 16,200-km (10,066-mile) route.

20 October:

 Pakistan among top 10 countries for Japan hiring.Dr Arif Alvi would be arriving in Japan to participate in the coronation ceremony

20 October:

 PM Imran to inaugurate Kartarpur Corridor on Nov 9

20 October:

 Pakistan Navy has joined the Trans-Regional Maritime Network based in Italy. Trans-Regional Maritime Network has 32 countries its members.

19 October:

 Qatar moves to announce abolishment of kafala system

06 October:

 Alagba, 344-Year-Old Tortoise, "Oldest" In Africa, Dies

04 October:

 EU allocates 300,000 euros to provide emergency relief to victims of Sep 24 earthquake

03 October:

 Pakistan loses Hyderabad Fund Case as UK top court favours India. The Case: pertains to $39 million that were transferred to Pakistan by the then Nizam of Hyderabad Osman Ali Khan

27 September:

 World Bank lists Pakistan among top 20 global reformers in Ease of Doing Business

19 September:

 The German city of Dortmund has withdrawn its decision to award a British Pakistani writer Kamila Shamsie a literature prize, citing her support for the pro-Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement