A new multinational study incorporating the latest models of global climate, crop production and trade examines the possible effects of a nuclear exchange between two longtime enemies: India and Pakistan. ...
Science Daily. Mon, 16 Mar 2020 15:22:11 EDT.
Chris Lynn smashed a 52-ball century to propel Lahore into the Pakistan Super League semi-finals but has returned to Australia with immediate effect.
Sydney Morning Herald. Mon, 16 Mar 2020 19:44:52 +1100.
ISLAMABAD (AP) - Being a dissident - or even raising a critical voice - in Pakistan is growing more dangerous, regardless of whether the target is political parties, the judiciary or the powerful military and security agencies. ...
Kathy Gannon. Washington Times. Wed, 11 Mar 2020 04:47:11 -0400.
Mexican women geared up for a strike; coronavirus fears forced cancellations in China; marchers in Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan were attacked; and police confrontations were reported in Chile and Turkey.
Jason Slotkin. NPR. Sun, 08 Mar 2020 20:57:47 -0400.
Dozens of men and women from the Red Mosque brigade, consisting of several local militant groups, staged a rival rally just across from the women's march venue.;
Jerusalem Post. Sun, 08 Mar 2020 16:31:17 GMT.
Farmers in Pakistan fight to beat back the worst locust plague in the country in almost three decades. Swarms of the insect have decimated parts of the country's agricultural heartlands.
Daily Mail. Fri, 06 Mar 2020 16:18:53 +0000.
The human rights award winner and founder of Pakistan's first cyber-harassment helpline says she moved to help women threatened by male relatives for using the internet.
Voice of America. Tue, 03 Mar 2020 06:06:38 -0500.
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Facts About Pakistan
The Islamic Republic of Pakistan is an Asian country, located between
India to the east, Afghanistan and Iran to the west, and China to the
north. Its capital city is Islamabad, and its largest city is
Karachi. Pakistan's currency is the Pakistan Rupee.
The primary languages used in Pakistan are Urdu and English, and in 2007,
Pakistan's estimated population was 164,742,000. Approximately 55%
of Pakistanis are Punjabi, 14% are Pashtun, 14% are Sindhi, 8% are
Mohajir, and 9% are other ethnicities.