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Pakistan conducts sweeping raids after Lahore bombing

Crackdown comes days after deadly suicide bombing targeting Christians killed 72, including 29 children.

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Taliban fires explosives at Afghan parliament compound

Members of Parliament say no one was hurt, contradicting Taliban spokesman who claimed the raid caused heavy casualties.

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Lahore bombing: Pakistan mourns as death toll rises

Death toll reaches 70 as three-day mourning period begins in Pakistan after attack targets Christian minority on Easter.

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Opponents of Malaysian PM join hands to oust him

Politicians from across spectrum led by ex-PM Mahathir Mohammed call for Najib Razak's ouster over corruption scandal.

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Scores killed in attack on park in Pakistan's Lahore

At least 70 people dead and more than 300 wounded as bomber kills mostly women and children in Pakistan's Lahore.

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Iran to boost security and trade ties with Pakistan

Hassan Rouhani is the first Iranian head of state to visit neighbouring Pakistan in the last 14 years.

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Hindu festival of colour kicks off in Pakistan

For the first time, parts of the Muslim-majority country declared a public holiday to mark the Hindu Holi festival.

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Afghanistan villagers describe life under ISIL's rule

Weeks after ISIL-linked fighters are pushed back by Afghan forces in country's east, residents tell their stories.

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Kazakhstan's ruling party set for easy election victory

No hope of change in Kazakhstan as all six parties participating in the poll support the republic's long-serving leader.

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Indian students arrested on sedition charges get bail

Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya, both PHD students of Jawaharlal Nehru University, released.

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Pervez Musharraf leaves Pakistan to get Dubai treatment

Former army ruler, who faces treason charges, allowed to leave country for medical reasons after lifting of travel ban.

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