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Border fencing escalates Pakistan-Afghanistan tension

Truck drivers and families stranded on either side of Torkham border which has been shut for three days.

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Bangladesh buries Motiur Rahman Nizami amid protests

Party issues strike call as police use rubber bullets to disperse protests against hanging of Motiur Rahman Nizami.

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Bangladesh executes Motiur Rahman Nizami for war crimes

Jamaat-e-Islami calls for general strike after hanging of its leader who was convicted of genocide, rape and massacres.

Motiur Rahman Nizami

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Ali Haider Gilani freed in Afghanistan

Ali Haider Gilani, abducted in 2013, was recovered in a joint operation by Afghan and US forces, foreign ministry says.

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Activist Khurram Zaki killed in Pakistan's Karachi

Unidentified gunmen kill Khurram Zaki, who campaigned against sectarian violence.

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Fuel-tanker crash kills over 70 in Afghanistan's Ghazni

Children among victims of head-on collision involving oil tanker and two buses in area said to have Taliban checkpoints.

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British Muslim Sadiq Khan sworn in as London mayor

Labour party candidate comfortably outruns Conservative rival Zac Goldsmith, becoming the city's first Muslim mayor.

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Bangladesh opposition leader loses death penalty appeal

Supreme Court rejects final appeal by Jamaat-e-Islami leader Motiur Rahman Nizami, clearing the way for his hanging.

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Nepal asks Canadian to leave over social media posts

Robert Penner given marching orders after arrest for criticising government decisions including journalist's detention.

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Five held for desecrating Sikh man's turban in Pakistan

Five Muslim men appeared in court under blasphemy law after Sikh man complained they threw his turban in a clash.

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Ban boosts appeal of film about Pakistan corruption

Many look forward to watching Maalik after government cites fear of outbreak of violence as reason for censorship.

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