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Kashmir: Waking up to the end of Ramadan

18 June, 2018

In pictures: Traditions run deep in Kashmir during Ramadan and at Eid, despite the deadly ongoing conflict. Words by Aijaz Nazir, photos by Sameer Mushtaq.

Egypt ministers sworn in, with new cabinet faces

14 June, 2018

Egypt's President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi unveiled a host of new cabinet members, which will be led by the country's former housing minister.

Journalist covering Egypt's Sinai gets 10-year jail sentence

23 May, 2018

An Egyptian military court has jailed a freelance journalist for spreading false news and joining an outlawed group.5

Professor-turned-militant gunned down in Kashmir

16 May, 2018

In-depth: Militant groups are proving attractive even to middle classes, as India intensifies its crackdown in Kashmir, writes Umar Lateef Misgar.

Egypt to put hundreds on trial for 'terrorism' offences

13 May, 2018

Hundreds are facing military trial on "terrorism charges" in Egypt on Sunday.

Bangladesh looks to Saudi Arabia in twist of irony

24 April, 2018

Comment: Bangladesh is enlisting Saudi Arabia's help to help counter militant Islam, but the Gulf kingdom has yet to end to its own multiple ultra-conservative practices, writes James M. Dorsey.

The Iraq Report: Sexual abuse of displaced women, children

17 April, 2018

In-depth: Our round-up of this week in Iraq

Indonesia jails IS-linked bomb mastermind for nine years

10 April, 2018

Jakarta twin bombing mastermind Kiki Muhamad Iqbal has been sentenced to nine years in prison for his role in the attack that killed three policemen.

Moderating Islam: Saudi Prince Mohammed walks on shaky ground

05 April, 2018

Comment: If Mohammed bin Salman continues to whitewash his family's role, whip former allies into subservience and suppress expressions of dissent, his reforms will be unsuccessful, writes James Dorsey.

Malala visits Pakistan district where she was shot

31 March, 2018

The brief trip by the 20-year-old Nobel laureate is a highly symbolic moment for Pakistan, which regularly touts Swat as a success story in its long battle with extremism.

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