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Lahore (Pakistan)

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  • Pakistanis rally against film mocking Muhammad

     
    About 200 Pakistanis gathered in the capital Friday to protest a southern California man’s release of a film trailer that mocked the prophet Muhammad, angrily extolling Muslims to unite against the U.S....
  • Pakistan declares Friday a day of protest against anti-Islam film

     
    Pakistan continued to seethe Wednesday over the release in the U.S. of a movie trailer mocking Islam, as legions of protesters rallied in several large cities for a sixth day and the government signaled its own discontent by declaring Friday as a national...
  • 'Reluctant Fundamentalist': Immigrant's journey a tale most timely ★★★ 1/2

    'Reluctant Fundamentalist': Immigrant's journey a tale most timely ★★★ 1/2
    If there ever was a time to see "The Reluctant Fundamentalist," that time is now. With a potent piece of fiction as its starting point and a splendid performance by Riz Ahmed as its centerpiece, "Reluctant Fundamentalist" is able to deal with the...
  • Beneath the War on Terror

    Beneath the War on Terror
    What do a journalist, musician, truck driver, soldier, politician and model have in common? Fortitude in the face of chaos and the desire to uplift their homeland — Pakistan. While headlines, predominantly in the United States, screamed blue...
  • Thousands protest reopening of NATO supply routes in Pakistan

     
    In Pakistan, thousands of followers of leading Islamist clerics began marching July 8 from the eastern city of Lahore to the capital, Islamabad, to protest Pakistan’s decision to once again let NATO move Afghanistan-bound supply convoys through...
  • Iran media warned off of reporting negatively on economy, sanctions

     
    Media workers in Iran say government monitors are telling journalists to refrain from reporting about the impact of Western sanctions on the country's economy and about soaring prices for everyday goods....
  • Militants kill nine police officers in Lahore, Pakistan

     
    Militants raided a hostel in the eastern Pakistan city of Lahore early Thursday and killed nine police officers, the second attack in a week against security forces as authorities brace for a wave of violence following the reopening of NATO supply...
  • Hollande defeats Sarkozy in French presidential race

     
    Socialist Francois Hollande was elected president of France on Sunday, defeating conservative incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy in a race that focused heavily on the country's economic woes....
  • Israel's Netanyahu calls early elections for September

     
    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed Sunday he is moving to dismantle what has been considered one of the more stable coalition governments in Israel’s history and calling for early elections in September....
  • Lahore police: Ahmadi mosque looks too much like a mosque

     
    A group of police officers in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore visited a mosque run by Ahmadis, a minority Muslim sect viewed by the rest of the country as heretics, and concluded that the mosque looks too much like a mosque....
  • U.S. won't negotiate with Al Qaeda over kidnapped American

     
    The United States will work to free an American development worker kidnapped from Pakistan, but it "cannot and will not negotiate with Al Qaeda," White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said Monday after the militant group released a video of the...
  • Al Qaeda claims it holds abducted American

     
    Months after a 70-year-old American was abducted by six gunmen from his house in Pakistan, Al Qaeda leader Ayman Zawahiri has claimed the terrorist group is responsible for the kidnapping....