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Suicide Bomber Attacks Polio Vaccination Center in Pakistan, Killing at Least 16

Pakistani Taliban have taken responsibility.

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14 Heartbreaking Photos Show the Aftermath of the Taliban's Brutal Attack on a School

"They burnt a teacher in front of the students in a classroom."
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These Media-Spread Rumors About the Missing Malaysia Airlines Plane Are Getting Out of Hand

And it's distracting from what matters: actually finding the plane.

What Malala Yousafzai Wants, and Why the West Doesn't Get It

Many Westerners assume Malala Yousafzai's struggle is against the Taliban, but she's actually seeking something much more basic.
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No, John Kerry — U.S. Drone Strikes Aren't Stopping Anytime Soon

Secretary of State John Kerry says the drone attacks could stop "very soon." But is he oversimplifying an extremely complicated situation?
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Bashar Al-Assad's Newest Enemy? The Pakistani Taliban

The Pakistani Taliban just joined the Syrian opposition which is already plagued with Al-Qaeda affiliates. There seem to be no "good guys" or any desirable outcome at all in Syria.

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Wali-ur-Rehman: Predator Drone Kills No. 2 Terrorist Leader – Again

This latest blow to militants shows that being a terrorist's No. 2 is the most dangerous job in terrorism.
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Pakistan Election 2013: 3 Reasons This Is Pakistan's Most Unpredictable Election Yet

Imran Khan's emergence as a serious politician, the youth and women's participation in the election process and the Taliban's dangerous threats have made this the most unpredictable election yet.
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Pakistan Bomb Blast Kills 9 On Peshawar Bus

A bomb blast on a mini bus in Peshawar killed at least nine people on Saturday, government officials said, in the recent attack.
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Pakistan Election 2013: Former Cricketer Imran Khan Wants to Become the Next President

After years of political wilderness, former Pakistani cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan believes that his party Pakistan Tehreek–e-Insaaf (PTI) will sweep the approaching general elections.
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Drone Strikes Sabotage Pakistan's Anti-Terror Efforts, and Make the U.S. Less Safe

At least 59 died in Pakistan over two days as the Taliban led retribution attacks for the deaths of two Taliban leaders killed in U.S. drone strikes last month.