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State Of Emergency: Civilians Among Dead In Nigeria Offensive-AlJazeera

Al Jazeera obtains exclusive footage of army’s battle against Boko Haram, with women and children shown among the dead. read more

US bill on Balochistan violation of UN Charter … – The Frontier Post

US bill on Balochistan violation of UN Charter , says Rahimdad. Posted on February 20, 2012. PESHAWAR (APP): Khyber Pakthunkhwa Senior Minister Rahimdad Khan on Sunday condemned the bill on Balochistan

At least 12 wounded in Lebanon clashes

BEIRUT : At least 12 people, including several Lebanese soldiers, were wounded this weekend in renewed clashes in northern Lebanon, local media reported on Sunday.

Pakistan admits NATO has flown Afghan supplies

Islamabad publicly admitted Tuesday that it had allowed NATO to use Pakistani airspace to fly supplies into Afghanistan, despite a more than two-month blockade on the border crossings. “The permission has been given for food items,…

Craig Walker Wins 2011 POYi Newspaper Photographer of the Year

Craig Walker of The Denver Post has won the Newspaper Photographer of the Year award in the 2011 Pictures of the Year International competition.

Egypt marks Mubarak ouster amid divisions

Egypt marked the first anniversary of the popular overthrow of Hosni Mubarak yesterday, but a poor turnout for a strike called by activists to protest the slow pace of change from military rule laid bare the country’s deep divisions.

Squares and affiliations

Rasha Sadek examines the different voices heard at Tahrir, Maspero, Mustafa Mahmoud, Roxy and Abbasiya

Factbox – Key political risks to watch in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) – Pakistan’s Supreme Court is set to charge Pakistan’s Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani with contempt for his failure to re-open corruption cases against President Asif Ali Zardari. Gilani is due in court on February 13, but has filed an appeal. If convicted he is likely to face jail, …

Projection of SP as an ally may backfire on Congress

Congress strategy to enthuse workers by being seen as an SP ally in government has hit the law of diminishing returns, triggering concerns in the party

Facebook on collision course with new EU privacy laws

With its initial public offering this week, Facebook is roaring ahead. However, new European Union privacy regulations are taking aim at Internet companies’ ability to profit through control of personal information – the key

Cherchez les doigts

Rasha Sadek searches for the invisible hand

No closure

One year into the revolution and justice remains elusive for most families of the martyrs and the injured, reports Reem Leila

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