Taliban Claims Deadly Car Bombing in Kabul
Ex-FBI Deputy McCabe Fired Days Before Retirement
Australia Warns Southeast Asia of High-Tech Terror Threat
Pakistan Doing ‘Bare Minimum’ to Help U.S.
U.N. Launches $1 billion Rohingya Refugee Appeal
Cricket World Cup Can Give Street Children ‘a Voice’
Roles for Asians in big films helps the studios’ bottom lines.
Activists in India-administered Kashmir claim concert by Indian conductor legitimizes Indian ‘state repression.’
The West Bank is almost a tourist destination.
Pakistani actress Mathira dismisses cricketer Afridi’s obscenity concerns as a problem with his ‘mindset.’
Pakistan’s most successful artist is barely known in her own country.
Imran Qureshi’s brush with global celebrity.
Long lines drum up cachet beyond the art world.
A British duo melds electropop and R&B.
David Gilbert’s audacious new novel of fathers and sons.
TV show judges, actresses fight against long-held traditions for equality, careers.
Cricket star condemns ‘obscene’ scene, clarifies he has no links to Main Hoon Shahid Afridi.
National committee led by Oscar-winning Sharmeen Obaidy-Chinoy will choose movie for Best Foreign Language Film category.
European TV distribution company has proposed translating show into 18 languages for broadcast in 60 countries.
Summer’s swanky pastime isn’t as exclusive as you think.
Ethnic prejudice in the Middle East.
The haunting, forgotten genius of James Purdy.
The return of Aaron Sorkin’s ‘The Newsroom.’
Banned by the Taliban, all forms of animal fighting have returned to Afghanistan.
Goodbye vanilla and chocolate chip, hello feta, carrots, and bacon.
This climber’s paradise can’t be found in any guidebooks.