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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Pakistan
A young man was fatally shot in front of his shop a few days ago in Nawabshah, Pakistan.
More than 37,000 Muslims have been killed in protracted violence in 2014 alone, despite the fact that five months remain in the calendar year. The count takes only a few countries into consideration, including Palestine, Iraq, Syria, Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Central African Republic, and Burma, but the results are chilling nonetheless.
A New York City taxi driver was found guilty Thursday of arranging for two "honor killings" in Pakistan after several people helped his daughter escape an arranged marriage against his will.
A California man who used Facebook to connect with al Qaeda and planned to train its fighters in Pakistan was scheduled to be sentenced Monday in federal court.
The rapidly deteriorating situation in Iraq should provide a clear lesson to U.S. leaders on the need to adequately prepare for the unexpected.
With the world's attention diverted to the hot spots of Iraq, Ukraine and Syria, top Pakistani military commanders slipped into the Pentagon this week as part of a quiet effort to smooth military relations between the two countries.
Malala Yousafzai is only 16 years old. Yet she has already seen, experienced and done more than most of us ever will in a lifetime.
One week after a #TwitterTheocracy online campaign drew attention to its practices, Twitter unblocked dozens of messages and accounts that a Pakistani telecom official deemed "blasphemous."
U.S. drones were suspected of targeting and killing four militants at a hideout in the northwestern tribal region of Pakistan, in a border area by Afghanistan known as a terrorist hotbed, Pakistani intelligence agents said.
The top U.S. military commander in Afghanistan says the U.S. has increased its surveillance over the Afghan-Pakistani border since Pakistan began pounding a militant stronghold with airstrikes, but so far officials have not seen any militants fleeing the latest offensive.
Hillary Clinton's book tour, which launched this week, has provided journalists, pundits and commentators with plenty to talk about, yet it is her comments about Benghazi and foreign policy that deserve the attention.
Decrying three weeks of blocked Twitter accounts on the word of a Pakistani bureaucrat, opponents of what they call #TwitterTheocracy are taking to the social media service to combat censorship.
In the most brazen assault by Sunni extremists in Iraq since the withdrawal of U.S. military forces more than two years ago, al Qaeda-style militants laid siege to Mosul Tuesday.
The group of highly-trained Pakistani Taliban militants who laid siege to the international airport in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi on Sunday night were aiming to hijack several airplanes, a spokesman for the militants said.
Heavily armed gunmen attacked Pakistan’s busiest airport late Sunday, killing 13 people and touching off a gunfight with police and military commandos.