Kathy Gannon

Pakistanis ambivalent as world cheers Malala Yousafzai

Pakistanis see the international acclaim of education activist Malala Yousafzai as a Western drama played out to heap more criticism on their country.

Kabul prison filled with women accused of ‘moral crimes’

More than two-thirds of the inmates at the Badam Bagh prison are serving sentences for leaving their husbands or refusing arranged marriages.

Pakistan intelligence: Friend or foe?

The US has raised a stinging question: Did Pakistan's InterServices Intelligence know Bin Laden had been living in Abbottabad for at least five years?

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