The spokesman for the Afghan Taliban speaks to TRT World about the recent Kunduz air strike, Kabul's talks offer and the emergence of Daesh in the region.
Malala Yousafzai visits her former home in Mingora city of the picturesque Swat Valley for the first time since 2012 when she was shot by a Pakistani Taliban gunman.
The blast took place when the police were changing guards at a checkpoint outside an annual religious congregation, where nearly 80,000 people were in attendance. The Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility.
Turkey's role in Afghanistan is increasingly expanding and could help facilitate talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government. It could also likely succeed where others have failed.
The #MeToo movement is making strides in the US, but there is no such movement for the vast majority of women around the world. From equality in the home to safe public spaces for women, the fight for equality is far from won.
Saudi Arabia executes more Pakistanis than any other foreign nationality annually, nearly all for heroin smuggling, according to the study by Justice Project Pakistan and Human Rights Watch.
India must refrain from any "misadventure across the Line of Control," Pakistan's foreign ministry says after suspected rebels stormed an Indian army base in disputed Kashmir in an attack India says was carried out by a Pakistan-based group.
Two-time Grammy winner and renowned American DJ Diplo brings his Mad Decent Block Party to capital Islamabad, in a debut performance in the country.
The protest, in which dozens of people burnt flags and chanted, "Death to Pakistan", comes during a period of heightened tension in the Afghan capital following two major attacks in the past two weeks.
The visit comes amid anger in Afghanistan over two recent attacks in Kabul that killed more than 120 people, which the government blames on Haqqani network militants believed to operate out of Pakistan.
Officials identified on-the-run Mohammed Imran as the suspected rapist and killer of Zainab Ansari, 7, whose killing sparked outrage across the country earlier this month.
US President Trump has cut North Korea's access to refined petroleum imports and earnings from workers abroad and is not getting along with Pakistan either complaining that Islamabad isn't doing enough to tackle militant groups.
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