I’ve been meaning to write something at length, but even four days later, I am finding it a challenge to begin writing anything without the lump rising in my throat and tears blurring my vision, that merciless fist of pain strangulating my heart and soul so that I can do nothing but weep. 252 more words
Tags » Militancy
The Pakistani military claims to have struck back hard against Taliban militants days after the group launched one the deadliest single-day attacks in their seven-year insurgency against the state. 112 more words
Pakistanis were in mourning Wednesday after a brutal attack on an army-run school in Peshawar by Taliban militants claimed more than 140 lives, 132 of them children. 629 more words
Starting with doomsday triggered by backlash to Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai who won the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, an event celebrated all over the subcontinent. 828 more words
The attack on Peshawar Army Public School killed at least 142 wounded more than 126 majority of them school going children, school staff members and Pakistani security personnel at the said school. 1,695 more words
This past month I’ve been realizing how long it has been since I felt proud to be Black.
I’m not talking about hating myself, my family or other people like me. 927 more words