Taliban shoot teenage girl for criticising their rule

One-Minute Read Tue 9 Oct, AT 16:14

BBC blogger Malala Yousafzai, 14, wounded in head and neck after militant shoots her on school bus

Umpire Nadir Shah

Cricket inquiry launched after six umpires 'agree to fix games'

One-Minute Read Tue 9 Oct, AT 09:10

First accusations against match officials brings immediate response from ICC

Comment

David Cameron's housing cuts will alienate the young

Opinion digest Mon 25 Jun, AT 10:22

Opinion Digest: welfare cuts, Egypt's presidential election and the morality of taxation

One Direction's Zayn Malik accused of 'enticing jihad'

The Tabloids Wed 20 Jun, AT 13:15

Red top tales: 1D's Zayn Malik branded a 'pimp' for Islam and reporter confuses sex toy for mushroom

Robert Fox

Flame and Stuxnet show Obama's commitment to Chinese cyberwar

Mon 11 Jun, AT 09:31 Robert Fox

Computer viruses are just the tip of the iceberg as the US goes all out to combat threat from China

Child given an oral vaccine

Why is the WHO declaring a polio global health emergency?

Briefing Thu 24 May, AT 11:20

Briefing: Crippling disease is making a comeback – and the World Health Organisation wants money to wipe it out for good

From Yemen to Africa, al-Qaeda's latest comeback is underway

Wed 23 May, AT 09:24 Robert Fox

Assassination of Osama bin Laden and regular drone attacks have done nothing to halt the rise of a third generation al-Qaeda

Twitter school

Twitter restored in Pakistan after 'Draw Mohammed Day' row

One-Minute Read Mon 21 May, AT 14:28

Pakistan blocked Twitter on Sunday when it refused to remove a link to 'blasphemous' competition

Osama bin Laden

Osama Bin Laden letters: UK is a waste of effort - and phone up Robert Fisk

Summary Fri 4 May, AT 09:37

Files seized from Osama Bin Laden's compound reveal an isolated figure struggling for control of al-Qaeda

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