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Pakistani rightwing has started using controversial laws to silence progressive voices online.
Pakistan Army chief Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa—in his sons’ words.
Toxic water produced by industrialization has destroyed Pakistan’s largest lake.
Passenger security has become key in the battle for supremacy of ride sharing services in Pakistan.
Pakistan Meteorological Department expects ‘moderate’ levels of smog to persist for at least five days.
Run by aging rescue-worker, the park-based classroom has helped thousands of children over the past 30 years.
Viral photo of Arshad Khan provokes questions about objectification, sexism.
Syria’s White Helmets reveal the brutal nature of the ongoing conflict in their own words.
Indians, Pakistanis hope rising tensions will not prevent them from visiting relatives in neighboring nation.
Blasphemy accused laborer’s children hope Supreme Court will grant reprieve to their long-suffering mother.
The International Baccalaureate, a viable option for Pakistani students.
Karachi veterinarians criticize mass culling of stray animals in Sindh capital.
Ahmad Massoud says he has returned to Afghanistan after completing his studies in London to work for his countrymen.
Reports of a ‘dramatic uptick’ in child abductions in Lahore and its surrounding areas are grossly exaggerated.
Controversial labor laws in Saudi Arabia are designed to make it harder for laborers to find alternate employment.
One month after coup bid, President Erdogan has driven through some of the most significant changes to his country since 1923.
Dubious ‘magic wands’ continue to proliferate despite global scandal.
Media divided over reproducing photos of terrorists over concerns they might glorify their actions.
The aftermath of July 15, the day of a failed military coup, could affect Ankara for years.
Photographers Bulent Kilic, Ozan Kose reflect on their coverage of last week’s dramatic events.