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    Backgrounder: The Qalandar's magnetism

    Sindh's centuries-old bond with Sufis and Sufism is no secret. And among the great mystics that draw devotees from across the province — and indeed across the country — is Hazrat Lal Shahbaz Qalandar.

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    ‘We will fight until the last drop of blood’: A meeting with insurgent group fighting for Rohingyas

    The Faith Movement of Arakan, also popularly known as Harakah al-Yaqin, is an insurgent group in Myanmar’s Rakhine state which claims to be fighting for Rohingya rights.

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    Why the West is terrified of Muslims reading History…

    It is this fundamental question which cuts to the very heart of a global Muslim awakening. It is this question which explains why Western powers are currently murdering their way across the Muslim world.

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    Why don’t refugees just stay in Turkey or Greece? We asked them

    The European Commission has decided to start returning migrants from other European countries back to Greece, lifting a ban on the practice that was put in place in 2011.

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    A life-long commitment to independent reporting

    Growing up in Deir Al Balah and Rafah refugee camps in the Gaza Strip, Atwan lived in several Arab countries and worked diverse jobs before emerging as an internationally acclaimed, UK-based journalist.

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    Remembering the life of Junaid Jamshed

    Junaid Jamshed was born in Karachi on Sept 3, 1964. His father Jamshed Akbar Khan, who passed away earlier this year, hailed from Nowshera and was a retired officer of the Pakistan Air Force.

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    Made in China: How Chinese businesses evolved from imitation to innovation

    Most of us use products made in China every day and are aware of its growing economic power as a factory to the world. But China intends to become a developed nation by mid-century and integral to this ambition.

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    These Plucky Afghan Women Share A Taste Of Their Land

    When Mariam ran, into a stranger's home in Kabul to escape the Taliban, she did not imagine that one day she would be walking the streets where no one cared if she covered her hair.

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