The cultural icon, known as “Pakistan’s Kim Kardashian”, was killed by her brother, in a country where more than 1,000 such murders occur per year.
Some people shudder at the thought of jellied eels, or blanch if an oyster approaches. Not I.
A succession of tragedies on the world’s highest mountain has caused tensions between western climbers, their local guides, and the Nepalese government.
After the Taliban shooting at a Peshawar school a year ago that killed 144 people, Pakistan has started to gain control over domestic terrorism. But at what cost?
The government’s energy policies make can make it hard to decipher its commitment to emissions reduction.
A recent visit to Iraq has left me doubtful that the Prime Minister's plan can suceed, says Liam Byrne.
Turkish officials insist the plane was warned - but Russia insists the plane was not in Turkish airspace.
Wadia is notorious as a place where men get rich from the sexual exploitation of women.
North Korean refugees are being denied British asylum, despite having risked their lives to escape one of the world's most feared totalitarian dictatorships.
The Indian prime minister is visiting Britain this week. What will come out of it?
Early results in the country's first free election suggest a landslide win for Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy.
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