Middle East and Afghanistan Reporter, Wall Street Journal
Afghanistan and PakIstan Editor of The Wall Street Journal. Author of Siege of Mecca. RTs and links are not endorsements. Email Yaroslav.Trofimov at wsj dot com
cpj.org — 1. The Murder of Wali Khan Babar On January 13, 2011, Wali Khan Babar, a 28-year-old correspondent for Geo TV, was driving home after covering another day of gang violence in Karachi. Babar was an unusual face on the airwaves: Popular and handsome, he was a Pashtun from Zhob...
tolonews.com — Written by Aazem Arash; Edited By Kabir Goswami A number of university students in Kabul demonstrated against the Elimination of Violation Against Women (EVAW) Law on Wednesday. The demonstrators, who shut the doors of Kabul University, said that some articles in the EVAW law are against the Quran and we refute the law.
beta.dawn.com — QUETTA: A powerful blast killed at least 12 people, of which eight were policemen, and injured 21 others in the Bhosa Mandi area of Quetta on Thursday morning, DawnNews reported. Fayyaz Sumbal, the Deputy Inspector General Police, said unknown militants targeted the vehicle of police's Rapid Response Force through a remote control bomb in Eastren Bypass area of Quetta.
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