Following are the top foreign stories at 2000 hours

    New Delhi, Dec 6 (PTI) Following are the top foreign stories at 2000 hours:

    Kashmir issue won't be put on back burner after Kartarpur border opening: Pak official
    Islamabad: Pakistan said Thursday that the "core issue" of Kashmir with India will not be put on the back burner after Islamabad opened the Kartarpur border for Sikh pilgrims. By Sajjad Hussain

    Imran Khan, Pak Army hope India will respond 'positively' to Kartarpur border opening for Sikhs
    Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan and the Pakistan Army on Thursday hoped that India will respond "positively" to Pakistan's "goodwill gesture" of opening the Kartarpur border for the Sikh pilgrims. By Sajjad Hussain

    Lankan Parliament to take up motion to express confidence in deposed PM Wickremesinghe
    Colombo: Sri Lankan Parliament will take up a motion to express confidence in ousted prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe next week, officials said Thursday, as the political crisis following his controversial sacking by the President intensified.

    India, Pak trade much below than potential: Report
    Islamabad: The trade between India and Pakistan can go up to USD 37 billion from the current USD 2 billion if the two neighbours tear down artificial barriers like trust deficit and complicated and non-transparent non-tariff measures, according to a World Bank report. By Sajjad Hussain

    800k to 2 million religious minorities detained in Chinese internment camps: US
    Washington: An estimated 800,000 to 2 million religious minorities are currently being detained in internment camps in China, the Trump administration has told lawmakers, who have expressed serious concerns over the massive human rights violations in the Communist nation's Xinjiang province.By Lalit K Jha

    US to oppose China's effort to impose its own Dalai Lama on Tibetans: official
    Washington: The US has hinted that it will oppose any move by China to impose its own Dalai Lama on the Tibetan people as Washington believes that the decision to pick the successor to Tibet's current top Buddhist leader should be as per religious traditions and the state has no role in it. By Lalit K Jha

    OPEC looks to cut oil production to support falling price
    Vienna: OPEC countries were gathered Thursday to find a way to support the falling price of oil, with analysts predicting the cartel and key ally Russia would agree to cut production by at least 1 million barrels per day. (AP)

    China to 'immediately' implement US trade truce measures
    Beijing: China said Thursday it would "immediately" implement measures agreed under a trade war truce with the United States -- and was confident it could reach a deal within 90 days. (AFP)

    Top Huawei executive detained in Canada, angering China
    Ottawa: A top executive and daughter of the founder of Chinese telecom giant Huawei has been arrested in Canada and faces extradition to the United States, officials said Thursday, angering Beijing days into a trade war truce with the US. (AFP)

    Suicide bomber kills two in southeast Iran: Revised toll
    Tehran: A suicide bomber killed at least two people and wounded many more outside police headquarters in the port city of Chabahar in restive southeastern Iran on Thursday, according to a revised official toll. (AFP)
    Brent oil price sinks under $60 on Saudi comments
    London: Brent oil prices sank under $60 on Thursday after Saudi Arabia made remarks that were deemed overly cautious by analysts ahead of OPEC's latest output decision. (AFP)