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A furor has erupted in south Asia involving a men’s magazine, a seemingly nude Pakistani actress and a tattoo of the initials of Pakistan’s spy agency on her arm.
Cell phone carriers in Pakistan are scrambling to implement a ban on obscene text messages handed down by the government. The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) sent the country’s three largest mobile carriers a list of …
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“I’ve found every wreck I’ve looked for,” he tells NewsFeed. But what makes Bill Warren so sure he’ll succeed this time? (via Battleland)
Who needs photos when there’s video evidence?
“If public opinion is against [the U.S.], then I cannot resist it to stand with you. I have to go with public opinion.”
— YOUSUF RAZA GILANI, Pakistan’s Prime Minister, arguing that there’s a “trust deficit” between his state …
The original architectural plans for bin Laden’s compound have been made public. (via The Independent)