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  • Imran Khan’s battles have only just begun, after Pakistan’s ‘dirtiest election’0

    Katharine Adeney, University of Nottingham The votes cast in Pakistan’s election are still being counted (or rigged, as some allege). But it is already clear that Imran Khan, leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) will be the next prime minister. The previous governing party, Nawaz Sharif’s PML-N is trailing badly and the PPP, led by

  • Dhaka cafe attack haunts society, yields useful lessons0

      Two years after worst attack in Bangladesh’s history, suspects brought to justice and police better at curbing militant threats Bangladeshi soldiers march in front of the Holey Artisan Bakery cafe in the Gulshan diplomatic area of Dhaka in this July 2, 2016 file photo. Five militants armed with guns, bombs and knives massacred 20 cafe guests, mostly foreigners, in

  • Bangladesh: Briton Cleared in Café Attack Lingers in Jail0

    By Kamran Reza Chowdhury on Jul 26, 2018 A Dhaka court on Thursday again denied bail to a British man jailed for two years in the Holey Artisan café attack although police had cleared him of suspicion this week, while legal experts warned that securing his freedom could be a lengthy process. The Chief Metropolitan

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