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Mr Sharif sees off challenge of both the incumbent Pakistan Peoples Party and that of Imran Khan

Pakistan's youth favour Sharia law and military rule over democratic governance

More young people in Pakistan believe the country should be run according to Sharia law or else by the military than favour democratic governance, according to a new survey.

Editorial: Mr Musharraf takes a gamble

The former military ruler has decided to return to Pakistan and fight an election

A Muslim demonstrator burns a cross in Badami Bagh on Saturday

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Afghan President Hamid Karzai diplomatically defended Prince Harry today over his comments that he killed Taliban fighters while serving in Afghanistan, saying: "Young men do make mistakes talking."

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David Cameron will meet the Afghan and Pakistani presidents tonight in the latest round of talks aimed at preventing a Taliban resurgence in Afghanistan when British troops leave next year.

Are Pakistan's military and courts gearing up for another assault on a fledgling democracy?

There are worries that the democratic process will be replaced with an unelected cabinet

The former Pakistani Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto, raised concerns about figures within the security establishment in a book published after her death

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