Four days ago, an Afghan woman named Farkhunda layon the groundbeneath the flailing, kicking feet of dozens of men. Her face swollen and bright with blood, sheattempted to standand plead for mercy. But her attackers, who accused her of burning a ... Washington Post, 1 week ago
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Every semester, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar acknowledges academically outstanding students on its Dean's List. Most recently, 151 students have been recognized on the Fall 2014 Dean's List for their exemplary performance. The students who ...Qatar is Booming, 1 week ago
By and Haq Nawaz Khan, PESHAWAR, Pakistan — A decade ago, Pakistan's then-ruler, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, called for a new era of enlightened moderation in the country's public schools. But just two years after more-secular textbooks ...Washington Post, 1 month ago In Pakistan's war over books, even Helen Keller is not safe Washington Post, 1 month ago
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