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US warns of ‘critical time for humanity’ at Munich Security Conference

News Analysis | Dozens of the world’s political and military officials, politicians, journalists and security experts attended the 54th three-day (FEB 16-18, 2018) Munich Security...

Palestinian teen Ahed Tamimi undergoes trial behind closed doors

AFP | A Palestinian teenager charged after a viral video showed her hitting two Israeli soldiers in a case that has gained global attention went...

Five attacks in the last year that shook Kabul to its...

Ezzatullah Mehrdad | As deportations of Afghan assylum seekers from the West continue apace, the South Asian country's capital Kabul is fast turning into a death...

Hundreds go on rampage against ‘Padmaavat’

AFP | Hundreds of protesters went on a rampage vandalising malls and torching cars in the Indian city of Ahmedabad in a bid to stop...

#JusticeForZainab

Saad Rasool | There are no words to express the grief, the shock, and the anger that people of Pakistan feels at the death of...

Dolphin Force personnel allegedly help imposters harass Food Authority officers

News Analysis | On Thursday, January 4th 2018, Saima Akram, a food safety officer from Punjab Food Authority (PFA) registered a FIR against officers of...

65 journalists & media workers killed all over the world in...

AFP | Sixty-five journalists and media workers were killed worldwide in 2017, according to annual figures published by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) on Tuesday. Among them...

Ahmed Noorani Attack: Media & Politicians condemn but speculations continue..?

News Analysis | Ahmed Noorani, senior reporter for The News International, was severely beaten by six armed assailants on Friday in Islamabad. He and his...

Facebook fascism: Censorship by the social media giant on criticism of...

News Analysis | 29-year-old Mohammad Anas, who works as a freelance journalist claims that his Facebook account has been banned for 30 days after he...

Twitter to ban Kashmiri journalists on India’s request

Vishal Manve | Dozens of people who have tweeted about the conflict in Indian-administered Kashmir or shown sympathy for Kashmiri independence movements online may soon be censored...

India to launch a book on the ‘surgical strikes’ anniversary: An...

News Analysis | Marking the first anniversary of supposed ‘surgical strikes’ conducted by Indian special forces across the Line of Control (LoC) in Azad Kashmir...

Hekmatyar urges Pakistan to “stay away” from Afghanistan

News analysis | The leader of Hezb-e-Islami Gulbuddin Hekmatyar has implored upon Pakistan not to use Afghanistan as a war theater for its rivalry with...

Pakistan’s private media: Free or captured?

Faiza Rafique | Pakistanis are still celebrating their fantasy of “free media”; ironically the penetration of vested political and economic interests in country’s so called...

Yemeni journalists caught amid Saudi coalition and Houthi rebels

Global Voices | The conflict in Yemen, which erupted more than two years ago between Houthi rebels and forces backing the government of President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi, has...

Nawaz’s Machiavellian politics behind Nisar’s new found love for the Army?

News Analysis | On Tuesday, the Interior Minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, defending the government’s drive against social media activists, said the government would not...

Jailed Turkish novelist Asli Erdogan calls on Europe to stand up...

Dear friends, colleagues, journalists and members of the press, I am writing this letter to you from Bakirkoy Prison, the day after "Cumhuriyet," one of...

Is Pakistani media split or…??

Moeed Pirzada | In the pure interest of ‘common sense’ every man & woman with average IQ should be able to see through the façade...

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