Trump Calls Former Aide Omarosa a ‘Dog’
Erdogan Says Turkey to Boycott U.S. Electronic Goods
Taliban ‘Showing Strength’ With Assault on Ghazni
Taliban Capture Northern Afghan Base
Indian Rupee Hits Record Low of 70 to the Dollar
Casualties Mount in Fight for Afghan City
Photographers Bulent Kilic, Ozan Kose reflect on their coverage of last week’s dramatic events.
Live video, real-time updates highlight events that might be ignored by mainstream media.
A mother’s greed and ego led to the brutal murder of a young bride.
Analysts in Pakistan warn of increasing unrest in light of Mullah Akhtar Mansour’s killing in drone strike.
The provincial capital of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa has become a city of rats and residents are demanding government action.
Lady health workers in Pakistan continue to be targeted for simply doing their jobs.
A tea lady’s journey to improve living conditions for impoverished women in Khartoum.
Health workers are battling illiteracy, religious concerns to convince men and women to opt for contraception.
Abdul Sattar Edhi has been nominated once again for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Indoctrination, promises of glory in the afterlife feature in militants’ training of potential suicide bombers.
The Indian ruling party’s dangerous clampdown on dissent.
The Punjab Police Force hopes to improve policing by digitizing records, improving interactions with civilians.
Disillusioned Iraqi migrants return home after finding little solace in Europe.
Analysts say military operation in Punjab is further evidence of Army exerting its control over vast areas of Pakistan.
Threatened by the Taliban, unaccompanied minors are being entrusted to traffickers smuggling migrants to Europe.
One pastor deals with burying the victims of Lahore’s Gulshan-i-Iqbal bombing.
Some Afghan migrants to Europe are returning home after encountering hostility in adopted lands.
Two brothers are hoping to fund and build the country’s first Quran recycling plant to ensure the proper disposal of holy book.
Indian national Hamid Ansari’s imprisonment over ‘espionage’ raises more questions than it answers.
A fence separating India- and Pakistan-administered Kashmir is endangering wildlife.