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  • Pakistan Taliban Has 500 Suicide Bombers, Cleric Says

    The Pakistani Taliban has as many as 500 female suicide bombers ready to act, a representative of the group involved in peace negotiations said, underscoring the risk of further violence if talks fail.

  • Khan Sees Pakistani Taliban Talks Failing as Strike Looms

    Pakistan peace talks with Taliban militants will probably fail and an ensuing military operation would lead to more terrorism, according to Imran Khan, head of the party that runs a province bordering Afghanistan.

  • Can This Man Save Asian Democracy?

    One might well despair of democracy in Southeast Asia, judging by the events of recent weeks: crackdowns on protesters in Cambodia, anti-Christian attacks in Malaysia and anti-Muslim riots in Myanmar, an electoral civil war in Thailand. That makes the fate of Joko Widodo important far beyond the confines of Jakarta, the sprawling megacity he currently runs.

  • JPMorgan, Credit Suisse Ramp Up Push to Fund Startups

    When SurveyMonkey Inc. Chief Executive Officer Dave Goldberg wanted to buy out investors from his Internet company and attract new ones who wouldn’t balk at his aim to stay private, he steered clear of traditional startup financiers in the venture-capital community.

  • Pakistani Taliban Kill 13 in Blast as Sharif Weighs Fresh Talks

    A suicide bomber killed 13 people near Pakistan’s army headquarters a day after Taliban militants said they’d join talks with the government to end more than a decade of violence in the nuclear-armed country.

  • Imran Khan Vows No Fear for Pakistan Vote as Violence Builds

    Watched over by armed elite police, Imran Khan told thousands of flag-waving supporters in the town of Okara in Pakistan that together they would end the rule of parties that had pushed the nation to the brink of ruin.

  • Khan Vows to Block NATO Pakistan Supply Route Over Drones

    Former Pakistani cricketer Imran Khan vowed to permanently block a supply route to U.S. forces in Afghanistan starting tomorrow as he seeks an end to drone strikes in the country’s northwest, where his party holds power.

  • Khan’s Party Blocks NATO Pakistan Supply Route Over U.S. Drones

    Thousands of Pakistanis protested U.S. drone strikes in the country’s northwest by staging a sit- in on a vital supply route for NATO forces in neighboring Afghanistan.

  • U.S. Drone Kills Six in Pakistan as Khan Vows to Thwart NATO

    A U.S. drone strike killed six people in a Pakistani province where local leaders opposing such attacks are threatening to block a key supply route for American forces in Afghanistan.

  • Khan Predicts ‘Revolution’ in Pakistan on Middle-Class Anger

    Imran Khan, the former Pakistani cricket captain and now the country’s rising political star, said anger over corruption and the sluggish economy is fueling a “revolution” that will oust the ruling coalition in elections he predicts will be held this year.

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