Azmat Khan

Islamists: The Biggest Winners in Egypt's Elections
Liberal parties and youth activists may have sparked Egypt's revolution, but the country's Islamists seem to be walking away the biggest winners in the first parliamentary elections since the fall of Hosni Mubarak last February. But what do we – and don't we – know about Egypt's Islamists?
December 1, 2011
UPDATED: A Guide to Sanctions on Syria
Turkey, one of Syria's top trading partners, announced wide-ranging sanctions against its neighbor today. But it's not just Turkey: Below is a round-up of the various sanctions issued against theincreasingly isolated nation.
November 30, 2011
Slideshow: An American's Path to the Mumbai Attacks
David Coleman Headley isn't a household name in the United States, but given his role in the 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai he is now as well known to Indians as Osama bin Laden is to Americans.
November 22, 2011
Slideshow: An American's Path to the Mumbai Attacks
David Coleman Headley isn't a household name in the United States. But he's as well known to Indians as Osama bin Laden is to Americans. Through our slidehsow, explore how Headley -– born Daood Gilani in the U.S. –- followed a path that led to the 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai -- and a plea bargain that both saved his life and put his best friend behind bars.
November 22, 2011
Retracing the Steps of a Confessed Mumbai Terrorist
Mumbai police crime chief Deven Bharti recounts what he learned while investigating the movements of David Coleman Headley as he scouted targets in Mumbai.
November 22, 2011
"A Perfect Terrorist" Featured on "Fresh Air"
This Saturday marks the three-year anniversary of what’s often referred to as India’s 9/11 — the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, a slaughter carried out by Pakistan-based terrorist group Lashkar-i-Taiba that left 166 dead, including six Americans.
November 21, 2011
Could This Man's Warnings Have Prevented the Mumbai Attacks?
It took the 2008 Mumbai attacks for much of the world to recognize Lashkar-i-Taiba’s threat, but renowned French investigative judge Jean-Louis Bruguière had for years warned of the Pakistan-based terrorist group’s evolving international ambitions.
November 21, 2011
Syria Calls Arab League Suspension "Extremely Dangerous Step"
Syria's foreign minister Walid al-Moallem called the Arab League's vote on Satuday to suspend Syria's membership in the 22-nation organization "an extremely dangerous step" and announced that the government has taken actions to comply with the terms of a peace plan proposed by the league. His statement comes as international pressure on the Syrian regime mounts.
November 14, 2011
Report: Violence in Syria Amounts to Crimes Against Humanity
Human Rights Watch called on the Arab League today to suspend Syria's membership and to support a move by the United Nations Security Council to impose an arms embargo and refer Syria to the International Criminal Court.
November 11, 2011
Q&A: A Closer Look at Syria's Fragmented Opposition
The disparate opposition groups that have materialized during the eight months of Syria’s uprising have been criticized as fragmented, disorganized and lacking a clear vision for the country. And recent evidence of growing schisms within the movement have only raised doubts.
November 10, 2011
"If We Didn't Shoot at Protesters, They Would Shoot Us."
“If we didn’t shoot at protesters, they would shoot us,” a Syrian Army defector told FRONTLINE reporter Ramita Navai. “I saw with my own eyes when my friend beside me refused to shoot at the protesters. A sniper shot him in the head."
November 9, 2011