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Residents of Chitral say their biggest concern after Monday’s tremors is surviving the cold.
Aziza Rahimzada has been nominated for the International Children’s Peace Prize for her work in promoting universal education.
Critics say government is not doing enough to combat extremists in society.
The path less traveled by refugees fleeing to Europe.
Despite bans on the production and consumption of alcohol, northern residents continue centuries-long tradition.
Red Noses Emergency Smile Austria hopes to bring some cheer to refugees, especially children.
India’s child brides fight for their freedom.
Analysts say the reduction in troops through 2017 will barely be enough to prevent civil war-like situation in Afghanistan.
Fears of militants returning persist as officials claim life has returned to normal.
Hundreds of children spend hours digging up mica in Jharkhand state to help their families make ends meet.
Javid Iqbal (1924-2015).
Abdul Hafeez Pirzada (1935-2015).
Militants remain a viable threat in the restive valley.
There are already three ongoing probes underway by U.S., NATO and Afghan authorities.
In conversation with Sardar Ayaz Sadiq.
Over 200 people caught in Pakistan’s 2005 earthquake remain missing.
Historians challenge notion that current crisis is largest faced by Europe since World War II.
Organized gangs are forcing residents of Pakistan’s largest city to buy water from them at exorbitant rates.
Islamabad’s high-value properties in Washington, D.C., have been left to rot.
With sweat and tears, pilgrims follow in footsteps of Islam’s Prophet ahead of hajj.