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Pakistan court stays Khizar Hayat's execution

Court stays execution of a mentally ill man who was sentenced to death in 2003 for murdering a fellow police officer.

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US forces admit killing 33 civilians in Taliban clash

US military in Afghanistan says investigation into November gunfight confirms civilian casualties, including children.

Kunduz province

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Pakistan sets execution date for mentally ill man

Khizar Hayat, sentenced to death in 2003 for shooting fellow police officer, scheduled to be executed on January 17.

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HRW calls for investigation into blogger 'abductions'

Pakistani government has obligation to locate four missing activists and act to ensure their safety, rights group says.

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Five UAE diplomats killed in Afghanistan attack

Bombing in Kandahar kills seven people, including five UAE diplomats, and wounds Ambassador Juma al-Kaabi.

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22,000 Rohingya 'flee Myanmar to Bangladesh' in a week

UN says at least 65,000 have escaped since the launch of an army crackdown in Myanmar's Rakhine state three months ago.

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Dozens killed in double suicide attack in Kabul

Two explosions go off near Afghanistan's parliament in Kabul, killing at least 30 in an attack claimed by the Taliban.

Afghan policemen

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Concern over fate of missing Pakistani activists

Sources confirm four men, all known for liberal secularist views on social media, disappeared in the span of a week.

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NATO deploys 200 soldiers in Afghanistan's Farah

The announcement comes two days after the Pentagon says it will deploy 300 US Marines to southern Helmand province.

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Indian police accused of mass rape during operation

Human rights commission calls for arrests of security forces who sexually assaulted women in fight against rebels.

 communist rebels

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Pakistan law allowing military 'terror' courts expires

The controversial tribunals were set up in the wake of the 2014 Peshawar school attack that left scores of pupils dead.

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