India Cross-Border Firing Kills Six Pakistani Civilians
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Bangladesh’s P.M. Proposes U.N.-Backed ‘Safe Zones’ for Rohingya
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U.N. Sets Up Probe of I.S. Atrocities in Iraq
U.S. Watchdog Highlights Flawed Training of Afghan Forces
Thousands Treated for Bullet, Machete, Landmine Wounds
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Pakistan’s first entry in five decades failed to qualify for the shortlist for best foreign language film.
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Pakistan’s fashion industry resents its linking to the fight against Talibanization.
Pakistan’s nuclear program was doomed to be sired by the unstable.
Gotcha journalist embroiled in rape-assault scandal.
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The author of ‘The Circle’ argues for turning off your iPhone.
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The legendary drummer is making everyone around him miserable.
Influential musician who cofounded Velvet Undergound inspired generations of rock bands.
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Pakistan, Saudi Arabia among 76 countries that entered movies for consideration.
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Phil Collins’s video installation shows the lengths we’ll go to just for a feeling.
After a 17-year hiatus, the ’90s alt-rock band returns with an album.