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  • 101 East - Pakistan: Killing For Honour promo

    101 East investigates the fate of four young girls in Pakistan, where honour killings are endemic and modern technology is challenging old beliefs.

    101 East - Pakistan: Killing For Honour promo
    101 East - Pakistan: Killing For Honour promo

    101 East investigates the fate of four young girls in Pakistan, where honour killings are endemic and modern technology is challenging old beliefs.

    00:15Mar 6, 2017

  • Religious self-censorship hits Bangladesh book fair

    Every year, thousands of book lovers from across Bangladesh converge on the capital for the Ekushey Book Fair, one of the country's biggest cultural events.

    Religious self-censorship hits Bangladesh book fair
  • Friends and family mourn Indian slain in US

    Hundreds of mourners in India have paid their final respects to the engineer who died in an apparent racially motivated shooting in the US state of Kansas.

    Friends and family mourn Indian slain in US
  • Kyrgyzstan: Hundreds protest opposition party leader's detention

    The arrest of a prominent opposition leader in Kyrgyzstan has prompted hundreds of people to protest against what they call a government clampdown on opposition figures.

    Kyrgyzstan: Hundreds protest opposition party leader's detention
  • Will the Pakistan Super League cricket final be held in Lahore?

    Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is expected to decide whether or not this year's Super League cricket final can be held in Lahore. Fears over security are high because of a series of recent attacks in the city.

    Will the Pakistan Super League cricket final be held in Lahore?
  • Chaos at Afghanistan-Pakistan border as second crossing closed

    Cross-border trade between Pakistan and Afghanistan has ground to a halt, with Pakistan closing a second major border crossing. The closures are in response to an ISIL suicide bombing at a Pakistani Sufi shrine on Thursday.

    Chaos at Afghanistan-Pakistan border as second crossing closed
  • Closure of Pakistan-Afghanistan border crossings causes chaos

    Cross-border trade between Pakistan and Afghanistan has ground to a halt with Pakistan closing two major border crossings following a wave of terrorist attacks that killed more than 100 people.

    Closure of Pakistan-Afghanistan border crossings causes chaos
    Closure of Pakistan-Afghanistan border crossings causes chaos

    Cross-border trade between Pakistan and Afghanistan has ground to a halt with Pakistan closing two major border crossings following a wave of terrorist attacks that killed more than 100 people.

    02:39Feb 19, 2017

  • What's behind the uneasy ties between Pakistan and Afghanistan? - Inside Story

    Pakistan closes a second border crossing with Afghanistan after an attack on a shrine kills 88 people.

    What's behind the uneasy ties between Pakistan and Afghanistan? - Inside Story
  • Pakistan hunts for Sehwan shrine blast suspects

    Pakistani security forces have killed more than 100 suspected fighters in nationwide raids following the attack on a Sufi shrine on Thursday. The bombing in Sehwan Sharif killed at least 88 while another 200 were wounded.

    Pakistan hunts for Sehwan shrine blast suspects
  • Mosharraf Zaidi: Core of security problem is inside Pakistan

    Following Pakistan’s deadliest attack in more than two years, Pakistan closed two border crossings with Afghanistan. Pakistan has repeatedly blamed Afghanistan for giving safe haven to fighters on its side of the border.

    Mosharraf Zaidi: Core of security problem is inside Pakistan
  • Pakistan: Funerals begin for victims of shrine blast

    Funerals for the victims of a suicide attack targeting Sufis have begun in Pakistan. Pakistan says it will punish those behind the attack, which killed at least 88 people.

    Pakistan: Funerals begin for victims of shrine blast
  • Pakistan: Victims question government on security after shrine blast

    Pakistani officials say at least 40 suspected fighters have been killed in countrywide raids following a bombing of a Sufi shrine in which 80 people died. Another 200 were injured in the explosion in Sehwan located in the Sindh province.

    Pakistan: Victims question government on security after shrine blast