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Pakistan on Saturday hanged two brothers

Pakistan hangs brothers for murdering six people

Pakistan on Saturday hanged two brothers convicted of murdering six people from the same family, just days after Amnesty International…

HOLIDAY OUTRAGE: Forensic officers look for evidence at the site of a bomb blast that killed 72 people including children, that happened outside a public park in Lahore, Pakistan on Sunday. Picture: REUTERS

Christians targeted: children among 72 killed by Taliban bomber

A Taliban suicide bomber who attacked a Pakistani park crowded with families on Easter Sunday was targeting Christians, the group…

Pakistanis hunt militants behind blast that killed at least 70

Pakistanis hunt militants behind blast that killed at least 70

Pakistani authorities hunted on Monday for breakaway Taliban militants who once declared loyalty to Islamic State after the group claimed…

BEIJING, CHINA - JANUARY 19:  A young Chinese children  plays alongside an ice sculpture  at Yanqing Ice Festival  January 19, 2016 in Beijing, China on Tuesday. Chinese cities Beijing and Zhangjiakou won the bid to are is one of the host cities for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games on July 31,  2015 in Kuala Lumpur

Gunmen kill 21 in varsity attack

A group of militants stormed a university in volatile northwestern Pakistan yesterday, killing at least 21 people and wounding dozens…

TAKING AIM: Indian policemen take their positions next to a police station during a gunfight at Dinanagar town in the Gurdaspur district of Punjab, India yesterday. Heavily armed men stormed a police station in the northern frontier state of Punjab, killing six people and wounding several others Picture: REUTERS

Six die as gunmen storm India border police station

Heavily armed men dressed in military fatigues stormed a police station yesterday  in India’s northern frontier state of Punjab close…

A man carries a student, who was injured during an attack by Taliban gunmen on the Army Public School, after he received treatment at a hospital in Peshawar

Taliban massacre pupils in Pakistan school

Taliban gunmen stormed an army-run school in Pakistan yesterday,  killing more than 100 people including at least 80 children, in…

Pakistani security officials escort a mourning procession of Shi'ite Muslims, a day ahead of Ashura, the tenth day in the month of Muharram, in Peshawar, Pakistan

Pakistan on high alert after blast

Pakistan was on high alert yesterday  for the mourning processions of Ashura, a flashpoint for sectarian violence, a day after…

Supporters of opposition party Pakistan People Party (PPP) cut a celebratory cake as they congratulate Malala Yousafzai, the Nobel Peace Prize winner, in Islamabad, Pakistan, 11 October 2014. Teen education advocate Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan and children's rights activist Kailash Satyarthi of India shared the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize for combating child oppression and the right to education, the Norwegian Academy announced 10 October 2014. Malala has received praise in Pakistan for becoming the youngest-ever Nobel Peace laureate, with all major newspapers running front page stories on her achievement. EPA/SOHAIL SHAHZAD

‘Pride of Pakistan’ seen as Western agent

MALALA Yousafzai may have won the Nobel peace prize, but she remains an object of hate for many Pakistanis who…

Pakistan on Saturday hanged two brothers

Pakistan hangs brothers for murdering six people

Pakistan on Saturday hanged two brothers convicted of murdering six people from the same family, just days after Amnesty International…

HOLIDAY OUTRAGE: Forensic officers look for evidence at the site of a bomb blast that killed 72 people including children, that happened outside a public park in Lahore, Pakistan on Sunday. Picture: REUTERS

Christians targeted: children among 72 killed by Taliban bomber

A Taliban suicide bomber who attacked a Pakistani park crowded with families on Easter Sunday was targeting Christians, the group…

Pakistanis hunt militants behind blast that killed at least 70

Pakistanis hunt militants behind blast that killed at least 70

Pakistani authorities hunted on Monday for breakaway Taliban militants who once declared loyalty to Islamic State after the group claimed…

BEIJING, CHINA - JANUARY 19:  A young Chinese children  plays alongside an ice sculpture  at Yanqing Ice Festival  January 19, 2016 in Beijing, China on Tuesday. Chinese cities Beijing and Zhangjiakou won the bid to are is one of the host cities for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games on July 31,  2015 in Kuala Lumpur

Gunmen kill 21 in varsity attack

A group of militants stormed a university in volatile northwestern Pakistan yesterday, killing at least 21 people and wounding dozens…

TAKING AIM: Indian policemen take their positions next to a police station during a gunfight at Dinanagar town in the Gurdaspur district of Punjab, India yesterday. Heavily armed men stormed a police station in the northern frontier state of Punjab, killing six people and wounding several others Picture: REUTERS

Six die as gunmen storm India border police station

Heavily armed men dressed in military fatigues stormed a police station yesterday  in India’s northern frontier state of Punjab close…

A man carries a student, who was injured during an attack by Taliban gunmen on the Army Public School, after he received treatment at a hospital in Peshawar

Taliban massacre pupils in Pakistan school

Taliban gunmen stormed an army-run school in Pakistan yesterday,  killing more than 100 people including at least 80 children, in…

Pakistani security officials escort a mourning procession of Shi'ite Muslims, a day ahead of Ashura, the tenth day in the month of Muharram, in Peshawar, Pakistan

Pakistan on high alert after blast

Pakistan was on high alert yesterday  for the mourning processions of Ashura, a flashpoint for sectarian violence, a day after…

Supporters of opposition party Pakistan People Party (PPP) cut a celebratory cake as they congratulate Malala Yousafzai, the Nobel Peace Prize winner, in Islamabad, Pakistan, 11 October 2014. Teen education advocate Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan and children's rights activist Kailash Satyarthi of India shared the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize for combating child oppression and the right to education, the Norwegian Academy announced 10 October 2014. Malala has received praise in Pakistan for becoming the youngest-ever Nobel Peace laureate, with all major newspapers running front page stories on her achievement. EPA/SOHAIL SHAHZAD

‘Pride of Pakistan’ seen as Western agent

MALALA Yousafzai may have won the Nobel peace prize, but she remains an object of hate for many Pakistanis who…


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