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Taliban suicide bomber kills 8 in Pakistan

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A suicide bomber riding on a bicycle targeted a vehicle carrying security forces in southwestern Pakistan on Saturday.

THANKS TO FRACKING, THAT TSUNAMI SHOULD BE DRYING UP SOON: ‘Tsunami of money’ from Saudi Arabia fun…

THANKS TO FRACKING, THAT TSUNAMI SHOULD BE DRYING UP SOON: ‘Tsunami of money’ from Saudi Arabia funding 24,000 Pakistan madrassas. While other people talk, the frackers are doing more to save Western Civilization than those allegedly charged with its preservation. And all despite the hostility of the Obama Administration, and many other Western governments.

Airline Loses Thousands of Passengers While Employees Turn Violent

Pakistan is required to privatize the PIA under terms of an IMF loan. Of course the longer that's put off, the more loss-making quarters private investors will realize. Employee protests have turned violent in clashes with police involving...Show More Summary

‘Unprecedented Threat': Extremist Groups Loyal to Daesh on the Rise

The popularity of the terrorist organization across the world is rapidly growing, with groups from Pakistan, Uzbekistan, the Philippines, Nigeria and Libya increasingly supporting Daesh activities.

Airline Manages To Lose Their… Passengers?

Many of us have had the unfortunate experience of an airline losing our luggage.  However, Pakistan International Airlines has one upped that by managing to lose track of where many of their passengers are at the moment. Bloomberg has...Show More Summary

Suicide Bomber in Pakistan Kills Nine, Wounds 35

Updated | QUETTA, Pakistan (Reuters) - At least nine people were killed and 35 wounded after a suicide bomber blew himself up near a military convoy in Pakistan's western city of Quetta on Saturday, police and hospital officials said. Pakistani...Show More Summary

Explosion kills eight, injures dozens in Pakistan city of Quetta

QUETTA, Pakistan (Reuters) - At least eight people were killed and more than 40 wounded in a bomb blast on Saturday in Pakistan's western city of Quetta, hospital officials said, the latest attack in a region that will be home to the planned route of the $46 billion China-Pakistan economic corridor.

Afghanistan peace talks resume

In the latest effort to find a negotiated settlement to the protracted and bloody conflict in Afghanistan, representatives from four countries — the United States, China, Afghanistan and Pakistan — met in Islamabad Saturday and vowed to continue working on a roadmap for peace talks with the Taliban. The so-called Quadrilateral Coordination Group has met [...]

Pakistan: A dangerous alliance?

Video congratulating those behind university attack suggests alliance between Pakistani Taliban and Uzbek group.

Efforts to revive Afghan peace talks continue in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Representatives from Pakistan, Afghanistan, the United States and China met in Islamabad on Saturday to continue work on a roadmap for peace talks with Taliban insurgents who have ramped up their violent campaign against the government in Kabul.

UWatch – Stay Connected With Your Child

Ufone, Pakistan’s premier telecom operator, is primed to launch a first of its kind product that will bring parents some much needed peace of mind – the UWatch. UWatch keeps families connected in the way they want to be without the need to buy a young child a smartphone. Show More Summary

100s of Those Killed by US Drone Strikes in Pakistan Remain Unidentified

Of thousands killed in US drone attacks in Pakistan since 2004, less than one third of the victims have been identified, including a record low number of ten last year, according to an international investigation.

South Asian Scrapyards Need To Improve Shipbreaking Practices, NGO Says

A new report by NGO Shipbreaking Platform reveals that more than 60% of 768 ships sold for scrap last year were broken on the beaches of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, where ship owners have to improve shipbreaking practices. The shipbreaking...Show More Summary

Airline Doesn’t Know Where Many Of Its Passengers Are Right Now

We know airline customer service representatives are trained to field calls about missing baggage, or even lost pets. But what happens when an airline misplaces all of its passengers? Pakistan International Airlines has no idea where many of its passengers are right now, while it’s in the midst of a serious strike by workers who are against privatization plans, reports …

This airline lost a bunch of its passengers

Pakistan International Airlines workers are on strike, leading to the company leaving over 2,500 of its passengers stranded across the world.  Produced by Emma Fierberg Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »

How to Convert a Terrorist in Three Grades or Less

There was a child we will call Meena. She lived in Pakistan. She was a child of energy and initiative. She was six years old when she attempted her first terrorist attack. She hated India but wasn't sure why, just knew that her uncles watched India testing bombs on the news and grumbled about how India hated Muslims. Show More Summary

Pakistan Super League: Morale booster or gimmick

Will a 19-day Twenty20 league held offshore revive the ailing fortunes of the national cricket team?

Meeting Pakistan's Maulana Mohammad Abdul Aziz

The story of the man who inspired an uprising, rattled Islamabad and changed the country.

Pakistan Paper Censors Gay Kiss on Front Page of New York Times

The editors responsible for removing the image of two Chinese men kissing contend it was for the safety of their staff and to abide by restrictive laws concerning 'blasphemy' in Pakistan.

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