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Ten years after the Tunisian revolution toppled Tunisian dictator Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, few of his relatives have faced justice.

Four soldiers including the two pilots were killed in a helicopter crash in the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan, authorities said.

New Pakistan-India clashes erupt along restive Kashmir border

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New Pakistan-India clashes erupt along restive Kashmir border

Two Pakistani soldiers were killed in clashes along the heavily militarised Line of Control (LoC), Pakistan’s military said.

Pakistan says soldier, 4 militants killed in border shootout

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Pakistan says soldier, 4 militants killed in border shootout

A soldier and four militants were killed and another two soldiers were injured in a shootout near the Afghanistan border.

More than 10 dead after India-Pakistan Kashmir clash

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More than 10 dead after India-Pakistan Kashmir clash

Over 10 have been killed after India and Pakistan exchanged fire in occupied Kashmir.

Yousef H. Alshammari

Navigating Arab identity in America's racial landscape

For Arab Americans, finding a sense of belonging in the United States is a complex and evolving journey, writes Yousef H. Alshammari.

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Police exhume bodies of 3 Kashmir men

Bodies of the three men were returned to their families, after the Indian military said those it claimed were "unidentified Pakistani ...

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UK to invest £23.8m in strategic Omani port

The expansion of the "logistics hub" at Duqm will "facilitate Royal Navy deployments to the Indian Ocean" and "further support British ...

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Saudi Arabia 'backing Pakistan's ex-army chief against Khan': reports

Riyadh and Islamabad have traditionally enjoyed a close alliance, however relations have soured over the Kashmir crisis.

Pakistan sanctions Taliban to avoid global finance blacklist

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Pakistan sanctions Taliban to avoid global finance blacklist

The orders to freeze Taliban assets were issued as part of Pakistan's efforts to avoid being blacklisted by the Paris-based Financial Action ...

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Pakistan's army chief visits Saudi amid strained relations

General Qamer Javed Bajwa's visit was apparently aimed at easing a rift caused by Pakistan's criticism of the Saudi-led Organisation of Islamic ...

Dozens injured after grenade attack on Kashmir rally

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Dozens injured after grenade attack on Kashmir rally

At least 30 people were injured following a grenade attack on a political rally in Pakistan.

What India and China's border face-off means for Kashmir

Aakash Hassan

What India and China's border face-off means for Kashmir

India and China's deadliest clash in decades could have serious geopolitical implications.

India kills 5 suspected Kashmiri rebels

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India kills 5 suspected Kashmiri rebels

At least 93 rebels, including six top commanders, have been killed by Indian forces since January.

Coronavirus contemplations: Part III

Azmi Bishara

Coronavirus contemplations: Part III

Comment: In this three-part series, Dr Azmi Bishara takes a deep dive look at how citizens and states have responded to an unprecedented ...

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Indian forces kill top Kashmir rebel commander

Government forces fired bullets, shotgun pellets and teargas at a large anti-India protest that hit the streets shortly after the news of the rebel leader's killing spread.

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Indian fire kills 3, including 16-year-old girl, in Kashmir

A Pakistani district administration official said Indian artillery fire hit Pakistani posts and two villages as residents were breaking ...

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Pakistan shoots down Indian drone as Kashmir tensions rise

Pakistan's army said it had shot down a small Indian surveillance drone in occupied Kashmir

Mariam Khan

Inside the untold history of revolutionary Muslim women

#IWD2020: This International Women's Day, it's time to celebrate the untold stories of history's boundary-breaking Muslim women.

Hindu mobs attack Muslims, loot businesses and desecrate mosques

Aamir Ali Bhat

Hindu mobs attack Muslims, loot businesses and desecrate mosques

New Delhi has been rocked by anti-Muslim violence since Parliament approved a new citizenship law, as scores of Muslims are being beaten ...

Tahir Hussain Sofi

Why Trump's India visit is more theatre than substance

In-depth: Trump's visit to India is billed as historic, but it's likely more about optics and theatre for domestic consumption rather than grand ...

Landmark India ruling orders equal roles for <em>army</em> women

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Landmark India ruling orders equal roles for army women

India's top court has enshrined gender equality in the army with a new ruling that allows women the same career opportunities as their ...

Pro-Iran militia makes new threat against Americans

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Pro-Iran militia makes new threat against Americans

The conflict between the US and Iran has deepened, with the Shia-majority state threatening violence if American troops don't withdraw from Iraq.

India's passes controversial 'anti-Muslim' citizenship bill

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India's passes controversial 'anti-Muslim' citizenship bill

India has approved a bill granting citizenship to non-Muslims who migrated from neighbouring countries in what is being seen as a move ...

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