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Deaths as Indian troops open fire on Kashmir protesters

Clashes in Indian-administered Kashmir follows mass funeral for slain rebel fighter Burhan Wani.

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Thousands attend funeral for Pakistan's legendary Edhi

Tens of thousands attended the state funeral for Pakistan's legendary philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi in Karachi.

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Pakistan's legendary Abdul Sattar Edhi dies at 88

The man often referred to as “Pakistan’s Mother Teresa” has died at a Karachi hospital.

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Three killed in Bangladesh attack near Eid prayers

Bombs hurled and gunfire exchanged at gathering of 200,000 people in the northern Kishoreganj district.

Kishoreganj district

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Obama to slow pace of Afghanistan troop withdrawa

US president says he plans to leave 8,400 American troops, instead of the 5,550 he promised in October.

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Bangladesh commandos may have killed hostage by mistake

One of the six men killed by security forces in deadly Dhaka restaurant siege might have been kitchen staff, police say.

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Bangladesh: Sheikh Hasina pays respect to Dhaka victims

Search for evidence and masterminds gathers pace as killers are described as rich and educated Bangladeshis.

Sheikh Hasina

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Dozens dead as flash floods sweep through Pakistan

At least 31 killed and several others remain missing after torrential rain cause havoc in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.

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Bangladesh PM Hasina decrees mourning after cafe attack

PM Sheikha Hasina implores fighters to "stop killing in the name of religion" after 20 foreigners were slain at a cafe.

Ruba Ahmed

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Bangladesh attack: Twenty hostages killed, army says

All of the dead were foreign, army says, most "brutally hacked to death" at popular restaurant in upscale neighbourhood.

Bangladesh attack

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Taliban leader: No peace without foreigners leaving

In statement, Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada says ending 'occupation' is a prerequisite for peace in Afghanistan.

Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada

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