In an interview with DW at the 2019 Munich Security Conference, Bilawal Bhutto, a Pakistani politician and son of the late PM Benazir Bhutto, urged more engagement between Islamabad and New Delhi to foster peace and resolve the Kashmir conflict.
New Delhi stripped Kashmir of its semi-autonomous status last year, a move condemned by most regional political groups. In a DW interview, former chief minister Omar Abdullah says Kashmiris are still agitated.
For decades, Khanani, one of the world's most-wanted money launderers, had maintained business ties with groups like al-Qaida. He could now prove to be damaging for Pakistan's efforts to get out of a terror funding list.
The Friday rally openly targeted the military, with former PM Sharif accusing incumbent army chief Bajwa of interfering in politics. Such direct criticism against the powerful generals was unthinkable a few years ago.
South Asian migrants stuck in Bosnian camps have accused Croatian police of badly beating people caught trying cross the border into the EU. Human rights groups are calling for an investigation of the abuse allegations.
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