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Prominent Pakistani Social Activist Shot Dead in Karachi
April 25, 2015
Prominent Pakistani Social Activist Shot Dead in Karachi
Sabeen Mahmud, a Pakistani social activist, was shot dead by unidentified attackers on April 24, 2015.
Prominent Pakistani Social Activist Shot Dead in Karachi
Silencing the Lone Voice on Balochistan’s Missing Persons
April 06, 2015
Silencing the Lone Voice on Balochistan’s Missing Persons
Pakistani officials present Baloch activist Mama Qadeer from leaving the country.
Silencing the Lone Voice on Balochistan’s Missing Persons
Shocking Conditions for Balochistan’s Women
March 29, 2015
Shocking Conditions for Balochistan’s Women
Honor killings, acid attacks, maternal mortality, and illiteracy – life for women in Pakistan’s largest province is grim.
Shocking Conditions for Balochistan’s Women
Chinese Operations in Balochistan Again Targeted by Militants
March 27, 2015
Chinese Operations in Balochistan Again Targeted by Militants
A fleet of oil tankers is attacked, as local tensions flare over major development projects.
Chinese Operations in Balochistan Again Targeted by Militants
Border Violence and the Iran-Pakistan Gas Project
January 11, 2015
Border Violence and the Iran-Pakistan Gas Project
Signs of forward movement on a critical gas pipeline could be derailed by border attacks.
Border Violence and the Iran-Pakistan Gas Project
Can China’s Gwadar Port Dream Survive Local Ire?
December 17, 2014
Can China’s Gwadar Port Dream Survive Local Ire?
China wants the Gwadar port, but impoverished locals have no interest in foreign meddling.
Can China’s Gwadar Port Dream Survive Local Ire?
Interview: Sanaullah Baloch
December 05, 2014
Interview: Sanaullah Baloch
A former Pakistan government minister on the increasingly severe situation in Balochistan.
Interview: Sanaullah Baloch
Who Is Responsible for Persecuting Pakistan’s Minorities?
November 12, 2014
Who Is Responsible for Persecuting Pakistan’s Minorities?
Islamists in Balochistan are targeting minorities, yet NGOs are beginning to blame the government too.
Who Is Responsible for Persecuting Pakistan’s Minorities?
The Dangers of Being a Journalist in Balochistan
November 04, 2014
The Dangers of Being a Journalist in Balochistan
The media is being targeted on all sides in the name of information control.
The Dangers of Being a Journalist in Balochistan
Iran, Pakistan Exchange Mortar Fire
October 25, 2014
Iran, Pakistan Exchange Mortar Fire
Amid growing tensions, Pakistan and Iran exchanged mortar fire.
Iran, Pakistan Exchange Mortar Fire
After Deadly Clashes, Tensions Rise Between Iran and Pakistan
October 23, 2014
After Deadly Clashes, Tensions Rise Between Iran and Pakistan
Iran is convinced that Pakistan is doing nothing to stop militants from attacking its territory.
After Deadly Clashes, Tensions Rise Between Iran and Pakistan
Afghanistan’s Re-Emerging Baloch
September 26, 2014
Afghanistan’s Re-Emerging Baloch
The war-torn country is witnessing the unprecedented revival of a long-neglected community.
Afghanistan’s Re-Emerging Baloch
Interview: Baloch Activists
September 25, 2014
Interview: Baloch Activists
Baloch activists on violence in Balochistan and the struggle for self-determination.
Interview: Baloch Activists
Pakistan’s Shia Under Attack
July 05, 2014
Pakistan’s Shia Under Attack
The government is failing to act to prevent the slaughter of Balochistan Shia.
Pakistan’s Shia Under Attack
Early Warning Signs of Shia Genocide in Pakistan
May 02, 2014
Early Warning Signs of Shia Genocide in Pakistan
The international community can no longer ignore the alarming rise in violence directed at Pakistan’s Shia minority.
Early Warning Signs of Shia Genocide in Pakistan
Beijing Wants Answers For Pakistan's Security Questions
February 21, 2014
Beijing Wants Answers For Pakistan's Security Questions
If Pakistan can't show progress on Beijing's security concerns, economic cooperation will stall.
Beijing Wants Answers For Pakistan's Security Questions
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