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Full Frame: Lost in Balochistan

Full Frame features photo essays and conversations with photographers in the field.

Art, power and single women in Pakistan

In Karachi, the men might buy the art, but it's women who control the market.

Life, death and the Taliban: Blowback

PESHAWAR, Pakistan — On a dusty plain not far from the border with Afghanistan, mud-brick walls weathered by rain and time still mark the boundaries of what were once sprawling Afghan refugee camps. The walls are a crumbling memory of the first time I came to this frontier town in 1995 to report on what was then a new force in the region, the Taliban.

Shahan Mufti

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The War Hotels: Bangladesh


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These 12 leaders were targets of hilarious shoe attacks for not so hilarious reasons

Since the Bush shoe incident of 2008, the shoe has been a popular means to protest world leaders.

9-month-old Pakistani baby won't go to jail after all

A Pakistani court on Saturday threw out charges of attempted murder against a nine-month-old baby, in a case that highlighted endemic flaws in the country's legal system and provoked widespread ridicule.

The deadliest attack in years claimed 20 lives in Pakistan today

The Pakistani Taliban denied responsibility for the early morning bomb that targeted a throng of traders assembled for fruit auctions.
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