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Trying to Understand Journey of Glasgow Girl to an ISIS Bride

With the recent surge of ISIS terror spreading across the globe, yet again we are left to pick the pieces after the chaotic collusion of the rising religious fundamentalism. 791 more words

Emergencies And Conflict

Why we don't think before milk is spoiled?

It was class time, I took bath, & fresh up myself then started to walk to campus. Time was short, so I couldn’t take breakfast. Owing to no breakfast and no energy, I rarely reply even a simple question. 620 more words

THE BATTLE WITH BOKO HARAM: NIGERIAN CYNICISM AND THE LOST PROPAGANDA WAR

It was a day that began with optimism. On 17 October 2014, Nigerian Chief of Defence staff Alex Badeh announced that the government in Abuja had signed a “truce” with the country’s nightmarish northern-based militant group, Boko Haram. 1,444 more words

Nigeria

Karachi Police wants bounty over TTP Chief, airport attackers

Naimat Khan

KARACHI: After having completely failed in apprehending small criminals, the Karachi Police believes it will arrest the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan’s Chief Mullah Fazlullah, former spokesperson TTP and current Daish leader Shahidullah Shah, suspects of airport attack, accused of assassination bid on former SHC CJ and other high profile terrorists by fixing reward money over their heads. 774 more words

Terrorism

Guns 'n' apples

Kashmir’s militants who’ve given up the gun have a new passion — business.Sonia Sarkar tracks their forays into the world of money

The apple trees in his 100-bigha orchard are in full bloom, and Abdul Qadeer Dar is gently plucking the fruits. 1,110 more words

Conflict And The Conflicts Within

Why Raza Rumi left Pakistan

Tariq Bashir  TFT Issue: 10 Oct 2014

The outspoken liberal will stay in exile and wait for a miracle

It was exactly a week after he had been ambushed by motorbike riding assailants armed with automatic guns in a posh, built up neighbourhood of Lahore. 932 more words

Attack On Raza Rumi

Afghan citizen dies of cancer in Karachi jail

Naimat Khan

KARACHI: An Afghan national, who visited Pakistan for treatment but was detained by police, has died of cancer inside a jail in the port city of Karachi, refugees here said on Wednesday. 389 more words

Pakistan