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Imran Khan claims victory in Pakistan, but huge questions remain

Imran Khan claims victory in Pakistan, but huge questions remain

It's the country's second democratic handover of power in 71 years, but this win for the legendary cricketer isn't a clean sweep.

Keating slams Fairfax-Nine merger

Keating slams Fairfax-Nine merger

Good morning, early birds. Responses to the Fairfax-Nine takeover have been swift and passionate. Plus, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal is thrown under the spotlight. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

The death of legendary Pakistani lawyer Asma Jahangir is a blow to human rights everywhere

The death of legendary Pakistani lawyer Asma Jahangir is a blow to human rights everywhere

The death of Jahangir, who was a champion of women and human rights, drew calls to continue her work from across Pakistani's ideological spectrum.

Flinders Street attack begets online racist hatred, which tabloids feed on

Flinders Street attack begets online racist hatred, which tabloids feed on

Hatred on social media -- and the tabloids that eat it up -- is born of ignorance, and the media has a responsibility to change that it, writes Irfan Yusuf.

Happy warmonger Trump joins the circle of a perpetual war

Happy warmonger Trump joins the circle of a perpetual war

While the foreign policy establishment applauds Trump's conversion to military intervention, they never ask the question of why the War on Terror has been such a spectacular failure.

Meet Pakistan’s all-singing, all-dancing, burqa-wearing free speech defenders

Meet Pakistan’s all-singing, all-dancing, burqa-wearing free speech defenders

A Pakistani theatre company threw caution to the wind by performing a controversial, satirical play about burqas and freedom of expression.

Terrorism has many faces in Pakistan

Terrorism has many faces in Pakistan

Extrajudicial punishment is meted out with alarming inconsistency in a state torn apart by terrorism.

All good in the Hudood: Pakistan doesn’t need Malala’s secularism, says female pollie

All good in the Hudood: Pakistan doesn’t need Malala’s secularism, says female pollie

Former Pakistani MP Raheel Qazi believes a woman's first priority should be her family and that Malala Yousafzai's goal of a secular Pakistan should never be realised.

The deceit at the heart of the terrorism hysteria

The deceit at the heart of the terrorism hysteria

The global rise in terrorism in 2013 disguises that it is the West's intervention in Iraq that is still causing misery and death.