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  • In Pictures Every Day is a Flag Day

    “Ekan” chases his motorcycle adorned with Indian national flags as he practices stunts for a daredevil show to celebrate India’s Independence Day in Bhubaneswar, India.

  • Pakistan floods: How new networks of Pakistanis are mobilizing to help

    Pakistan floods: How new networks of Pakistanis are mobilizing to help

    Pakistan flood aid is coming from new quarters as educated Pakistanis raise funds and distribute aid directly to victims of the flood. Activist networks have sprung up as the middle class has become more prosperous and organized.

  • Opinion Why US and Pakistan must draw closer

    Nuclear-armed Pakistan is too critical for Washington to abandon again as it moves to withdraw from Afghanistan. The tragic flooding in Pakistan gives the United States a rare opportunity to demonstrate goodwill and break the cynical cycle of its relationship with Islamabad.

  • Beyond flooding and fundamentalism: best books about Pakistan

    Chapter & Verse Beyond flooding and fundamentalism: best books about Pakistan

    Which books best deliver Pakistan behind the headlines?

  • Pakistan floods strand the poor while rich go to higher ground

    Pakistan floods strand the poor while rich go to higher ground

    In the town of Muzaffargarh, those with their own transportation began leaving at the start of the Pakistan floods. But some 100,000 residents remain homeless and stranded.

  • Five countries challenging Google

    Five countries challenging Google

    Online privacy has become a key civil liberty battleground. Companies such as Face­book and Google are amassing data about users' choices and activities, which busi­nesses – and governments – would like access to. Across Europe, a backlash against the storage of online users data is growing. In Germany almost 35,000 people, including Justice Minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger, sued their own government over the issue. Here are five countries where Google faces privacy, censorship, or other fights.

  • Pakistan likes Al Qaeda more than America

    Pakistan likes Al Qaeda more than America

    The US is in the middle of a $7.5 billion aid program to Pakistan. But America's image is slipping in the country, where its unfavorable rating is almost as bad as the Taliban's and even Al Qaeda is more popular.

  • Hillary Clinton in Pakistan: building trust

    Editorial Board Blog Hillary Clinton in Pakistan: building trust

    US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is showing America's long-term commitment to Pakistan by announcing US development aid that will eventually amount to $7.5 billion. Assistance with electricity, water, and health are practical steps that can help build Pakistani trust in America.

  • In Pakistan, Hillary Clinton announces new aid projects, lauds mango

    In Pakistan, Hillary Clinton announces new aid projects, lauds mango

    The mood was upbeat during Hillary Clinton's two-day visit to Pakistan, in contrast to her visit in October. Today she announced plans for two hydroelectric dams and three hospital projects.

  • Pakistan bombing kills 62, wounds 111

    Pakistan bombing kills 62, wounds 111

    Pakistan bombing outside a government office on Friday killed 62 people and wounded 111 in one of the deadliest attacks in Pakistan this year.

 
 
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