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Senate Torture Report Helps America Face Its Past Evils
Investor's Business Daily

[David Ignatius] An honest public accounting

WASHINGTON ― A CIA medical officer who was assigned to monitor the interrogation of an al-Qaida operative named Abu Zubaida sent a message to his superiors on Aug. 4, 2002, the day the CIA first used the technique known as waterboarding. He ... Korea Herald, 1 month ago
Senate Torture Report Helps America Face Its Past Evils Investor's Business Daily, 1 month ago

PhD of scholar Zubaida Butt on fish approved

Home » District By JAMSHORO: The 2nd PhD seminar of scholar Zubaida Butt of zoology department was approved as she successfully defended her thesis in the seminar that was held here at University of Sindh in video conference room. The scholar ...
 Pakistan Press International3 weeks ago

Justice\\\\\\'s credit card shoplifter indicted

:00:00 A A- A+ Justice's credit card shoplifter indicted A Dhaka court indicted Monday detained accused Zubaida Sultana, a resident of Uttara in the city, on charge of shopping with a stolen credit card owned by Justice AHM Shamsuddin ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 month ago
Sunday Star-Times

Detainees subjected to controversial interrogation tactics

Include Abu Zubaida and Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Interrogated detainees Some of the detainees who have been subjected to controversial interrogation tactics: Abu Zubaida Palestinian Arrested: March 28, 2002, in Faisalabad, Pakistan. Role: Senior ...
 Gulf News1 month ago CIA report: the details  Sunday Star-Times1 month ago CIA report ' a train [wreck] waiting to happen'  Dominion Post1 month ago CIA allegedly deceived White House superiors, report says  Washington Post1 month ago
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MICHAEL HAYDEN: Farewell to Mark Mansfield, a 'happy warrior,' CIA spokesman

ANALYSIS/OPINION: Mark Mansfield died last week. I doubt that many readers of the news, even intelligence devotees, knew about Mark. Writers of the news, however, — especially intelligence beat reporters — knew him well. He was, in a phrase he ...
 Washington Times4 hours ago
BBC

The firms helping teenage girls

With an estimated one million premature babies dying around the world each year, entrepreneur Jane Chen was determined to help reduce that number. As maintaining a premature baby's body temperature plays a vital role in helping to keep it alive, ...
 BBC4 hours ago

Shan-e-Mustafa Million March held: Muslim rulers urged to unite against blasphemy

January 26, 2015 Leaders of various parties, including from the minorities addressing the Shan-e-Mustafa Million March in the city on Sunday called upon the Muslim rulers to converge in the Holy Ka'aba or the Masjid-e-Nabvi to decide a line of ...
 Business Recorder3 days ago Million march against caricatures: Disgrace of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) cannot be tolerated  Daily Times3 days ago Prophet's disgrace can't be tolerated  Online News Pakistan3 days ago
Kuwait Times

Murder Spotlights Polygamy

Ghazla Kauser holds her daughter Maryam as she speaks to AFP at her home in Mirpur on October 25, 2014 (AFP/File) Pakistani police are investigating whether a jealous wife ordered the recent murder of an elderly British man in Kashmir, in a case ...
 Asians.co.uk1 week ago Kashmir murder highlights polygamy  TheStar.com.my4 weeks ago Kashmir murder spotlights polygamy among British Pakistanis  Asiaone4 weeks ago Murder spotlights polygamy among British Pakistanis Many brides abandoned, face bleak future  Kuwait Times3 weeks ago
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Educational centres closed down for lacking security

Pervaiz Awan TARBELA GHAZI: Twenty schools and colleges again closed in tehsil Ghazi due to insufficient security arrangements, NOC would not be issued to the schools and colleges for reopening until they do not fulfill the security requirements ...
 Frontier Post1 week ago
The Nation Pakistan

More pension rights granted

LAHORE - The Punjab government, following the directions of Ombudsman, has made amendment to the Punjab Pension Rules according to which divorced daughter and unmarried sister of a deceased government employee would also be entitled to family ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Divorced daughters, unmarried sisters also entitled to family pension: ombudsman  Daily Times2 weeks ago Divorced daughter, unmarried sister entitled to pension  DAWN Group2 weeks ago
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