The South African will prepare his side to take on England this summer and look to improve his image after his unceremonious sacking as Australia coach ahead of the 2013 Ashes series
'I am an Egyptian, Muslim woman who waited until she was 29 to have sex and has been making up for lost time,' says Mona Eltahawy
'London has risen above discrimination and bigotry and emerged as great centre of human civilisation setting a great example for the world'
The owner said he mixed poison with the sweets to 'teach his brother a lesson'
One Taliban member reportedly said 'we don't even consider it as food'
Abdul Basit’s mother tells The Independent his ‘life has become a bigger punishment than death’
Police suspect the confectionery contained pesticides
Mr Jalal believes he has been targeted with five drone strikes in Waziristan since 2010
A local celebrity nicknamed the Rat Killer is leading eradication efforts
At least 1,634 people were executed in 2015 – a rise of 54%, according to an Amnesty report
A law aiming to protect women and punish abusers has met stiff resistance
Nearly 1,100 women were killed in Pakistan last year by relatives who believed they had dishonoured their families, according to a recent report.
Pakistan is in mourning after 70 people, mostly women and children, were killed in a bomb in a play park in Lahore
It's time the outside world reminded the government of Pakistan that it has an obligation to protect religious minorities
In recent weeks, Pakistan's Islamist parties have threatened demonstrations to protest what they say is the Prime Minister's pro-Western stance
The Taliban, which operates by stealth, and thousands of highly visible crowds are both destabilising Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s power base - and their common enemy is the country's Christians