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Coca-Cola filmed the advertisement in two locations: Pakistan and India, South Asia's nuclear-armed neighbors mired in political mistrust that has spurred three historic wars. The company set up Coke vending machines outfitted with live-streaming ...
Coca-Cola ad says Coke vending machines can soothe India-Pakistan tensionsWashington Post (blog)
Coke Promotes India-Pakistan Peace, Higher Market Share - Brandchannelbrandchannel.com
Coca-Cola bids for peace across India/Pakistan borderThe Drum
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Pakistan's Tehreek-e-Insaf to seek cleric help in Taleban peace talks
Aleema, center, sister of Imran Khan, the head of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, addresses the supporters in a protest against the killing of Sindh provincial party leader Zohra Hussain, in Karachi on Monday. (AFP). | ���É PDF · Send to Friend · Print ...
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Pakistan's new leader makes landmark offer of talks to Taliban
By Wajahat S. Khan, Producer, NBC News. ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan's prime minister designate Nawaz Sharif told a packed hall of his party stalwarts that talks with the Taliban -- who have been fighting the state for almost a decade -- are not off the table.
Pakistan's Sharif Says Talks With Taliban Militants an OptionBloomberg
Sharif's win cause for hope – and fear – in PakistanStars and Stripes
The Islamic Republic Of Pakistan: The World's Most Dangerous Nation Holds An ...Forbes
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'Minimal' drone effects on Pakistan militant recruits: ICG
ISLAMABAD: US drone strikes in Pakistan have a “minimal” impact on militant recruitment, a respected think tank said Tuesday, contrary to arguments the controversial programme creates more extremists than it kills. The Brussels-based International ...
Drones: Myths and Reality in PakistanInternational Crisis Group
REPORT: Drones Alone Won't Solve Militancy In PakistanThinkProgress
US Drone Strikes Ineffective Solution To Combat Militants In Pakistan's Tribal ...Huffington Post
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Socks Are Optional As Pakistan Grapples With Power Cuts
Pakistanis have coped with — even rioted — over the country's frequent power cuts. Now, the government is feeling the impact, too. The country's caretaker prime minister has banned air conditioners in government offices and instituted a dress code ...
Pakistan orders stinky employees not to wear socksDaily Caller
Pakistan turns off air-conditioners and tells civil servants to ditch socksThe Guardian
Pakistan switches off ACs in govt offices, bans socks for staffTimes of India
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Chinese escape Karachi bomb ahead of Premier Li's arrival in Pakistan
It typically sees about a dozen murders a day, a combination of political killings, attacks by the Pakistan Taliban and sectarian militant groups, and street crime. "Apparently, the Chinese who are working at the harbor were the target of the explosion ...
Li Keqiang hails Pakistan as China's 'iron brother'Economic Times
Premier Li due in Pakistan on WednesdayChinadaily USA
Pakistan's China-made fighter jets to escort Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's planeNDTV
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Pakistan's new government must put development before debt repayment
No matter which government Pakistan's people had voted for last week, the debt payments the country is scheduled to make in the next two years will largely decide that government's economic policy. That is, unless the government decides to put its ...
Campaigners call for Pakistan debt freezeIndependent Catholic News
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Pakistan election: Imran Khan walks after rally fall
Pakistani politician Imran Khan has walked a short distance, two weeks after falling and injuring his spine at an election rally, his PTI party says. Mr Khan was fitted with a brace and was able to stand upright, Shireen Mazari, the party information ...
Pakistan's Sharif urges Taliban peace talksAljazeera.com
Pakistan's MQM denounces Imran Khan in Karachi protestReuters
Pakistan's Imran Khan to leave hospitalNEWS.com.au
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Voices in Danger: In Pakistan, state brutality makes journalism a dangerous ...
Umar, a 32-year-old reporter for the Pakistani paper The News, had been on his way home in Islamabad at 3am during Ramadan in September 2010 when two unmarked cars nearly drove him off the road. A dozen men in commando fatigues grabbed him, ...
Picture Archive: Bangladesh (Then East Pakistan), 1950s
A week ago, the last body of 1,127 was recovered from a collapsed textile factory on the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh—the largest garment-industry disaster in the country's history. Hundreds of other textile factories in Bangladesh reopened Friday ...