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  1. Beyond tragedy hashtags; how to helpRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 18 | USA Today

    Beyond tragedy hashtags; how to help Each year, more than 100,000 lives are claimed by natural disasters and violence including terrorism Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1O6uBpW A man carries a child injured from the earthquake in Peshawar, Pakistan. At least 17 people including eight children were killed in Pakistan when a magnitude-7.5 quake struck in Afghanistan.


  2. Progress Toward Poliomyelitis Eradication - Pakistan, January 2014-September 2015Read the original story

    Thursday Nov 19 | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    Since Nigeria reported its last case of wild poliovirus type 1 in July 2014, Pakistan and Afghanistan remain the only two countries where WPV transmission has never been interrupted . This report describes actions taken and progress achieved toward polio eradication in Pakistan during January 2014-September 2015 and updates previous reports .


  3. A Letter From BeirutRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 19 | TIME.com

    Relatives mourn over the coffin of Hezbollah member, Adel Akram Termos, who was killed in the two explosions that occurred on Thursday in Beirut's southern suburbs, during his funeral in Tallousa village, southern Lebanon on Nov. 13, 2015. We were watching the continuous coverage of the massacres carried out by ISIS killers in Paris, who took at least 129 lives and injured hundreds more.


  4. L.I. terrorist snitch wants reward for ratting on cohortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 19 | New York Daily News

    Bryant Neal Vinas, a convicted terrorist, testified in court in April 2012 that Queens wannabe terrorist Adis Medunjanin was plotting to blow up a subway. A homegrown Al Qaeda operative from Long Island who is one of the U.S. government's most important snitches ever made his first appearance Thursday in a federal courtroom in more than three years - itching to find out when he's going to be rewarded for ratting out fellow terrorists.


  5. Islamic State highlights 'Sheikh Jalaluddin training camp' in AfghanistanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 19 | The Long War Journal

    The Islamic State's Wilayat Khorasan , its small branch in Afghanistan and Pakistan, advertised a training camp that is named after a former religious scholar who was killed by the US last month. While the location of the camp was not disclosed, it is likely in the eastern province of Nangarhar, where the Islamic State has established a presence.


  6. Pakistani PM to president: No pardon for Peshawar killersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 19 | 13WHAM

    Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has asked the country's president to reject a petition for pardon for four suspected militants sentenced to death over the Peshawar school attack last December that killed 150 people, mostly children. The horrific Dec. 16 attack was claimed by the Taliban and prompted Pakistan to lift a 2008-moratorium on the death penalty.


  7. Pakistan rejects mercy bid by school massacre militantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 19 | Yahoo!

    Pakistan's prime minister rejected appeals by four militants sentenced to death in the Peshawar school massacre, saying Thursday that those behind the country's deadliest-ever terror attack deserved "no mercy". With the anniversary of the December 16, 2014 attack approaching, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif directed President Mamnoon Hussain to reject the mercy petitions appealing the executions.


  8. Afghans seek BCCI helpRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 18 | The Telegraph

    Calcutta: With just a couple of months to go for the Under-19 World Cup, Afghanistan want to make sure there's no compromise on their preparations for the prestigious competition. And they are banking on help from the Board of Control for Cricket in India as well.


  9. Huge cache of explosives seized near Pakistan-Afghan borderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 18 | India.com

    Peshawar, Nov 18: Pakistan's paramilitary forces today recovered 1,200 kg of explosives and suicide jackets, part of a huge cache of weapons hidden in a restive tribal area near the Afghan border, a security official said. A search operation was conducted in the restive Bara area of the Khyber Agency bordering Afghanistan, he said.


  10. Report: Pakistan Police Abuses Against Afghan Refugees 'Skyrocketed'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 17 | Voice of America

    Afghan refugees sit on sacks filled with used plastic items to sell at their makeshift shelter in a slum on the outskirt of Lahore, Jan. 12, 2015. New York-based Human Rights Watch alleges police abuses against Afghan refugees in Pakistan have "skyrocketed" during the past year.


  11. Pakistan's KP Police to replace army in safe areasRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 18 | Newkerala.com

    Karachi, Nov. 18 : Pakistan's apex committee of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has decided to eventually pull out army troops from checkpoints in areas where the security situation is improving. According to the Dawn, Governor's House issued a statement saying that the vacated checkpoints would be manned by the police but did not specify any timeframe and the areas from where withdrawal of troops would start.


  12. Pakistan must end rampant police abuseRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 18 | Newkerala.com

    New York, Nov.18 : Pakistan's government should take all necessary measures to end the rampant police harassment, threats, and violence against Afghans living in Pakistan, Human Rights Watch said today in a new report. Incidents of police abuses against Afghans have skyrocketed since the Pakistani Taliban attacked a school in Peshawar in December 2014, and is prompting many Afghans to return to war-torn Afghanistan and possibly seek asylum in Europe.


  13. By tracing cellphones, Pakistan makes inroads in war against polioRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 17 | The Washington Post

    A Pakistani health worker administers a polio drop to a child during a vaccination campaign in Peshawar. In a surprising turnaround, Pakistan appears to be finally getting a handle on its polio epidemic, thanks to unorthodox tactics such as tracking residents' cellphones.


  14. You are not alone', APS survivors tells France : November 18, 2015,Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 17 | Daily Times

    PESHAWAR: The survivors of Pakistan's deadliest ever terror attack have expressed solidarity with the victims of the Paris attacks, describing those responsible as 'animals', who had 'nothing to do with Islam'. France witnessed its worst terror attacks on Friday night, with shootings and suicide bombings on bars, restaurants and a sports stadium that killed 129, mostly young people.


  15. High death tolls: Terror attacks in perspectiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 17 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Last Friday's terrorist attacks on Paris left at least 129 dead and more than 300 injured, shocking people across the globe and prompting military retaliation and calls for stepping up the campaign against ISIS. Where does it rank with other recent terror attacks? According to the United States Department of State's annual global terrorism report , last year there were 20 attacks that killed more than 100 people each, and nearly 33,000 people were killed in almost 13,500 terrorist attacks around the world in 2014.


  16. The Latest: US: Very likely IS directed the Paris attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 17 | Erie Times News

    The illuminated Eiffel Tower in the French national colors red, white and blue in honor of the victims of the terrorist attacks last Friday, and Seine river are seen in Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015. France is demanding security aid and assistance from the European Union in the wake of the Paris attacks and has triggered a never-before-used article in the EU's treaties to secure it.


  17. Pakistan school massacre survivors to France: 'You are notRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 17 | Yahoo!

    The survivors of Pakistan's deadliest-ever terror massacre have expressed solidarity with the victims of the Paris attacks, describing those responsible as "animals" who had "nothing to do with Islam". On December 16, 2014, a team of Taliban gunmen coldly slaughtered 150 people, more than 130 of them children aged between nine and 19, at a school in Peshawar in an assault that shocked and outraged a country already scarred by nearly a decade of extremist attacks.


  18. The Latest: News from the France attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 17 | Sunherald.com

    Poland's new defense minister says Poland is ready to "immediately" discuss any form of assistance that France may need in fighting terrorism. Antoni Macierewicz was on his first foreign trip since taking office in the conservative government. 1 comment

  19. The Latest: France invokes treaty to demand help from EU partnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 17 | Medincine Hat News

    French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said EU partners could help "either by taking part in France's operations in Syria or Iraq, or by easing the load or providing support for France in other operations." In the wake of the attacks in Paris, France has become the first nation to invoke an EU treaty provision to require all states to offer aid and assistance "as they are able."


  20. The Latest: UN expert: attacks may be crime against humanityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 17 | KMIR 6

    France is urging its European partners to move swiftly to boost intelligence sharing, fight arms traffick... . A man carries brushes outside the Bataclan concert hall after the terrorist attacks in Paris, Monday, Nov. 16, 2015.