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By Larisa Epatko
KARACHI, Pakistan | The Jamia Binoria Madrassa in downtown Karachi is considered one of Pakistan's more moderate Islamic institutions. Within these whitewashed concrete walls, students receive a mixture of secular and religious education.
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan | From his veranda, cricket player-turned-politician Imran Khan recently told a group of visiting U.S. journalists that if he were in charge of Pakistan, he would introduce a streamlined, non-corrupt government and withdraw all troops from Pakistan's troubled…
KARACHI, Pakistan | Two days before his brutal death, Dawn editor Murtaza Razvi replied to my email asking why he and his family chose to live in Pakistan despite its many challenges.
KARACHI, Pakistan | There's a bridge in Karachi called "Native Jetty" where people go to jump to their deaths. Others frequent the same spot to toss dough balls into the water for luck. This juxtaposition of hope and despair is…
Life slows down during a strike in Karachi, Pakistan, but revs back up again the following day at the Sunday Bazaar.
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