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Lahore (Pakistan)

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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • American al Qaeda hostage asks Obama to meet demands

    American al Qaeda hostage asks Obama to meet demands
    The Obama administration is aware of a video of an American hostage urging the president to meet al Qaeda demands so he is not killed, a senior State Departmentofficial said Monday, but added that the United States "does not negotiate" for hostages....
  • United States won't negotiate for American's release, officials say

    United States won't negotiate for American's release, officials say
    The United States will not bargain with al Qaeda over the life of an American worker filmed making an emotional plea to President Barack Obama to save his life, U.S. officials said Monday. "We don't make concessions to terrorists," State Department...
  • How to tell the story? These authors give us a relationship through auction items, lives in Pakistan and depression recovery

    How to tell the story? These authors give us a relationship through auction items, lives in Pakistan and depression recovery
    Important Artifacts and Personal Property From the Collection of Lenore Doolan and Harold Morris, Including Books, Street Fashion, and Jewelry Leanne Shapton Sarah Crichton Books/Farrar, Straus & Giroux: 136 pp., $18 paper Brilliant. It is quite simply...
  • Bhutto's son admits inexperience

    He may be the world's only national political party leader who is still a teenage college student. Or whose breathless female fans plead that he not be assassinated "because he's so hot." On Tuesday, 19-year-old Bilawal Bhutto Zardari surfaced for his...
  • Pakistan military campaign has broad support, but for how long?

    Pakistan military campaign has broad support, but for how long?
    Cradled in his father's arms, 8-month-old Maaz Ayaz appeared listless and underweight. A smudge of dirt marked the boy's face. His father, Mohammed Ayaz, anxiously talked of how he and his wife could feed Maaz only tea and biscuits -- the only food...
  • Musharraf's party appears to be losing Pakistan vote

    Musharraf's party appears to be losing Pakistan vote
    President Pervez Musharraf's party appeared headed for a decisive defeat at the hands of two opposition parties today after a tense nationwide vote, according to unofficial preliminary returns and local media projections. Formal and final results may...
  • Car bomb kills 30 near Pakistani security offices

    A large car bomb detonated and gunmen opened fire near security agency offices in Lahore, Pakistan, today, killing approximately 30 people, wounding at least 250 and destroying several structures. At least four men stepped from the explosives-laden car...