'And they said Abdul means you’re fat and a bully. But that’s not true, mum,' he says
Zeeshan-ul-hassan Usmani is a twice-Fulbright scholar who works in counter-terrorism
Residents are reportedly flocking to the police station to see the suspected 'intruder'.
Annual processions involving intense public outpourings of grief and self-flagellation marking the holiest day of the Shia Islamic calendar marred by excuse for sectarian violence in several parts of the world
‘Laws are supposed to guide better behaviour, not allow destructive behaviour to continue with impunity’
'It was all I could think about – I had to kill her,' says Mubeen Rajhu
'Remember that every individual cannot be the master of all areas,' reads letter from principal
Rights group criticises wealthiest countries for showing ‘near absence of leadership and responsibility’ while refugee crisis escalates
However, Pakistan’s military calls announcement a ‘fabrication’
Kareem Khan is fighting a civil case attempting to secure murder charges against American officials
Officials deny that any such abuses are widespread - saying any individuals are punished by authorities
Pellet guns have caused the death of at least four and blinded more than 100
Witnesses say bomber shouted ''Allahu Akbar' before detonating explosives
Father, husband and brother confess to the murder
'They claim infidels are plundering our beloved country but it is they who are destroying our lives'
Almost half of respondents in Saudi Arabia said women should ‘dress how they want’