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More Than 40 People Killed in Bus Accident in Pakistan


April 20, 2014


KARACHI, Pakistan — At least 42 people were killed Sunday morning in southern Pakistan after a bus slammed into a tractor-trailer in one of the worst traffic accidents in this country in recent years, officials and rescue workers said. 446 more words

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Sour note

by Zia Ur Rehman

April 11, 2014


Despite claims by Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) that its chairman Imran Khan has defused a month-long internal crisis in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, some leaders say the party is still in trouble. 726 more words

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Sindh acts to protect Hindu minority

By Zia Ur Rehman

April 16, 2014


KARACHI – The Sindh government is beefing up security as civil society calls for an end to the recent violence against Hindus and their places of worship. 464 more words

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Tank braces for Taliban infighting

By Zia Ur Rehman

April 4, 2014


Infighting between two groups of the Mehsud chapter of Pakistani Taliban in Karachi has now spilled over to Tank, neighboring South Waziristan. 616 more words

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By Zia Ur Rehman

March 14, 2014


Days after the announcement of a month-long ceasefire by the government and the Pakistani Taliban, terrorist attacks in Islamabad and Hangu indicate that splinter groups of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) may not abide by the truce. 1,138 more words

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Karachi: Enter TTP

By Zia Ur Rehman

March 9, 2014


They came in trickles and floods; as individuals, whole families, and entire caravans. Fleeing the insurgencies and operations in their homes, displaced persons from various parts of FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa sought refuge in Karachi as well as other cities. 3,466 more words

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