Blood, sweat and polls: guide to Pakistan's general election

Briefing Thu 9 May, AT 15:28

Dozens have already died before polling stations open on Saturday. What’s at stake and who are the contenders?

SEAL who killed Bin Laden feels abandoned by US govt

First Post Tue 12 Feb, AT 09:26

He killed the terrorist leader with three bullets, but former sniper has no pension or health insurance

'Good Taliban' Mullah Nazir killed in US drone attack

One-Minute Read Thu 3 Jan, AT 13:34

Fears that violence will escalate after killing of Taliban leader praised for peaceful stance with Pakistan

What is the Daily Telegraph doing promoting Gulbuddin Hekmatyar?

Wed 2 Jan, AT 15:06 Robert Fox

He says he supports girls' education – yet he had acid thrown at female students who dressed immodestly

2011 Census reveals big rise in foreign-born residents

Summary Tue 11 Dec, AT 16:33

Welcome to the UK: more diverse, less religious and unaffordable to home buyers

MPs to question use of drones amid concerns over their ethics

One-Minute Read Tue 20 Nov, AT 08:56

Examination of the use of armed drones could help lift lid on 'America's secret war'

Malala Yousafzai sits up in her hospital bed

Islamist leader lends voice to Malala conspiracy theories

One-Minute Read Mon 5 Nov, AT 15:34

Leader of Pakistan's largest religious party claims Malala Yousafzai was not injured in Taliban attack

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Forget Israel: Arabs are their own worst enemy

Opinion digest Thu 11 Oct, AT 11:43

Opinion digest: the way forward for Arabs, a 'respectable' near-death experience, Malala Yousafzai

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