Pakistan has battled Islamists and extremist ideology for years. What can be done to counter this deadly narrative? In this exclusive report, we visit a deradicalization center in the Swat Valley to see how efforts are paying off.
An English-language women's magazine launched recently by the Pakistani Taliban wants to convince female readers to join the terror outfit, embrace extremist thought and take up jihad.
In rural Pakistan, a system of informal justice reigns. Men make the decisions, and women sometimes face brutal treatment. A group of them are fighting back, report Naila Inayat and Jennifer Collins from the Swat Valley.
The Taliban are gaining strength in Afghanistan, as is evident from Monday's Kabul attack, but President Ghani seems to have other "pressing issues" at hand – for instance, thwarting a powerful opposition alliance.
Nobel peace laureate Malala Yousafzai has joined Twitter and within a day the activist gained over 500,000 followers. While welcomed by global leaders, many Twitter users from her home nation chose to deride her.
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