“Pakistan has expelled one of its most reliable and sane foreign voices,” Saad Sarfraz Sheikh, an independent photojournalist, told The Diplomat, “It just shows how our ‘democracy’ and establishment cannot digest a free media. And then we complain of having a bad image in the West!”
Sonya Rehman quotes me in an article she wrote for The Diplomat.
Article also carries my photo of Declan Walsh
ITA: Lahore (Pakistan), 11 Maggio 2013 - Procede lo spoglio delle schede al termine delle elezioni legislative in Pakistan. Affluenza positiva, vicina al 60%, il tasso piu' importante dal 1997
The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has emerged as the leading party as ballot count continues across Pakistan. Imran Khan's PTI has emerged as the second largest party in Pakistan, attaining a government in the hostile Khyber Pakhtunwa province.
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The iconic Shezan mango drink will tell you everything you need to know about the impossibility of a truly good outcome in tomorrow's Pakistani elections
A high rise building caught fire due to short-circuiting, as horrific scenes were witnessed with dizzy employees jumping to their death from the top floors
Imran Khan has been injured after a fall at a political rally in Lahore. The aftermath of his accident attracted strong sympathy from around the world with hundreds of people gathering outside the Shaukat Khanum Hospital where he was being treated.