Oct 1: Amid tensions between India and Pakistan cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan on Saturday said that Pakistanis wanted peace and were ready for friendship with India. "We want peace. We are ready for friendship if you (Modi) are willing. I offer you peace as war is no solution to problems," Khan said while addressing a rally in Lahore.
India, on Wednesday, carried out surgical strikes on terror launch pads across LoC. This move comes after terrorists attacked an army camp in Uri killing 19 soldiers.
In other news, five soldiers were killed and 10 were injured in an attack on an army convoy in Mexico's norther Sinaloa state. Officials say that Mexican drug lord El Chapo's sons are likely behind the attack.
Here are pictures of news that made headlines across the world:
Imran Khan extends an olive branch to India
Pakistan's cricketer turn politician Imran Khan waves to his supporters at an anti-government rally in Lahore, Pakistan.
Imran Khan's supporters wave at his rally
Supporters of Pakistan's cricketer turn politician Imran Khan, wave to their leader during his rally in Lahore.
5 killed, 10 injured in an attack on an army convoy in Mexico
5 were killed and ten were injured after an army convoy in Mexico was attacked. Officials said that El Chapo's sons were likely behind the attack.
Hillary poses with her supporters
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton takes a selfie as she meets with attendees during a campaign stop in Fort Pierce. Hillary is currently ahead of Trump, according to a new poll.
Kate, William get up close and personal with crustaceans
Kate Middleton and Prince William, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, hold crabs after pulling up a crab trap in Skidegate, British Columbia.
China celebrates National Day
A woman dances with flags at Tiananmen Square on National Day in Beijing. Saturday marks the 67th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China