Two passenger trains collided on Thursday in Pakistan's port city of Karachi. Dozens are dead.
In a DW interview, anti-war activist Manzoor Pashteen says he is being harassed by Pakistan's security agencies for taking up the issue of extrajudicial killings and turning the Pashtun plight into a national discourse.
A new movement has sprung up in Pakistan's Pashtun-dominated northern areas. Its supporters, wary of their region being used as a battleground for years, have taken on both the Taliban and the nation's powerful military.
The Christian family was going to visit relatives when they were shot dead in an attack claimed by the "Islamic State." The Muslims were killed by gunmen on motorcycles in a separate unclaimed attack in Quetta.
Pakistan's Geo TV, which is critical of the military, has reportedly been taken off air in many parts of the country. Analysts say that cable operators are being forced to suspend the channel on orders of the military.
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