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Karachi (Pakistan)

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  • In Karachi, Pakistan, few families are untouched by crime

     In Karachi, Pakistan, few families are untouched by crime
    KARACHI, Pakistan — When the gunmen slid in the back seat behind Saad Qaimkhani and his friend, the college student thought they were after his cellphone, or maybe the car. Then the men told them to drive. Almost all private cars in this shoot-'...
  • Arrests made in attack on Pakistani girl Malala Yousafzai

    Arrests made in attack on Pakistani girl Malala Yousafzai
    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — As pressure mounted on Pakistani police to track down militants behind last week’s assassination attempt of Malala Yousafzai, authorities confirmed Sunday the arrests of three brothers suspected of involvement in the...
  • Pakistani protests against anti-Islamic film leave at least 1 dead

     
    Protests in Pakistan against a film mocking the prophet Muhammad intensified Monday as demonstrators set ablaze buildings in the northwest and hurled stones at riot police in the southern city of Karachi, the country’s commercial hub....
  • Pakistani court strikes down contempt immunity for prime minister

     
    Pakistan's Supreme Court rules against government: The Pakistani Supreme Court on Friday struck down a controversial law that critics contend was enacted solely to shield the new prime minister from suffering the same fate as his predecessor, who was...
  • Death toll in Pakistani factory fires rises to 314

     
    Authorities Wednesday raised to 314 the death toll from two massive fires that engulfed factories in Pakistan’s largest cities and renewed questions about a lack of adherence to fire safety measures in the South Asian nation....
  • U.S. ad rejecting film fails to persuade Pakistani protesters

     
    As violent demonstrations swept through Pakistani cities on Friday, protesters infuriated by a video made in Southern California that mocked Muhammad said they were unconvinced by U.S. efforts to tamp down the anger created by the film. Washington spent...
  • Pakistan declares Friday a day of protest against anti-Islam film

     
    Pakistan continued to seethe Wednesday over the release in the U.S. of a movie trailer mocking Islam, as legions of protesters rallied in several large cities for a sixth day and the government signaled its own discontent by declaring Friday as a national...
  • At least 18 dead in Pakistan anti-American rioting Friday

     
    Fiery anti-U.S. demonstrations swept threw the country’s capital and several other cities Friday as thousands of Pakistanis furious over an anti-Islam film made in America clashed with police in one of the worst waves of violence to hit the South...
  • Pakistani girl shot by Taliban being moved to Britain for treatment

     
    The 14-year-old Swat girl shot by Taliban gunmen because of her advocacy for girls education is being flown to Great Britain for treatment likely to include surgery to repair damage to her skull and neurological rehabilitation, the Pakistani military said...
  • Deadly anti-western protests continue in half-dozen countries

    Deadly anti-western protests continue in half-dozen countries
    It’s Friday, and that must mean another day of deadly protests. Anti-Western demonstrations and riots resulted in the deaths of at least 15 people in about half-a-dozen countries. Twelve people died and nearly 100 others were injured in Karachi,...
  • CIA deception threatens global effort to eradicate polio

    The news that the Central Intelligence Agency had been running a fake vaccination program in Pakistan first surfaced in 2011 and quickly ignited fears that the covert operation could compromise the global campaign to eradicate polio. Late last month, a...