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  • Karachi's elite are getting bomb and bullet-proof luxury cars

    Karachi's elite are getting bomb and bullet-proof luxury cars

    As an unprecedented wave of killings and kidnappings hits Karachi, the Pakistani city's elite are splashing out to have their luxury cars made bomb and bulletproof.

  • Fort Hood shooter Nidal Malik Hasan admits to killings at trial

    Fort Hood shooter Nidal Malik Hasan admits to killings at trial

    The US Army psychiatrist who faces the death penalty for the deadly 2009 shooting rampage at Fort Hood has told jurors that "the evidence will clearly show that I am the shooter."

  • NATO 'killed Afghan women' on black weekend

    NATO 'killed Afghan women' on black weekend

    NATO was accused of killing eight women on Sunday, capping a weekend which saw six soldiers shot dead by presumed Afghan colleagues and a Taliban assault cause unprecedented losses on one of the biggest military bases in the country.

  • Afghan sisters shot dead for running away from home

    An Afghan man shot his two teenaged daughters dead when they returned home four days after running away with a young man, Daily Mail reported on Monday. The father has been detained on murder charges in Nad Ali district in Helmand province, a hotbed ...

  • Taliban says it's suspending talks with US

    The Taliban militant group says it is suspending talks with the United States. Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said in a statement on Thursday that the United States kept changing the terms of the negotiations. Mujahid says that the Taliban only ...

  • Afghan delegation attacked by militants at site of US killings

    Afghan delegation attacked by militants at site of US killings

    Taliban militants opened fire on Tuesday on an Afghan government delegation visiting one of the two villages in southern Afghanistan where a US soldier is suspected of killing 16 civilians. The gunfire killed an Afghan soldier who was providing secur...

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