Al Jazeera Blogs


<P>On many occasions the government has not even bothered to comment on the US strikes which have sometimes been taking place while senior US officials are on Pakistani soil. Now it appears patience may be wearing thin after the recent Nato cross border incursions inside Pakistan that killed over 40 people, including three Pakistani security personnel on a border post.</P>

Last Modified: 5 Oct 2010 11:15

<P>Afghanistan's wants to show the global community that its mining industry&nbsp;is free from corruption and stable enough to invest in.</P>

Last Modified: 1 Oct 2010 21:18

<P>It is entirely plausible government officials have examined NGO conduct in other disaster zones (the 2008 Sichuan earthquake comes to mind), and have found the work of grassroots organisations somehow wanting.</P>

Last Modified: 20 Sep 2010 11:09

<P>Follow the events as they unfold in Afghanistan's vote for a new lower house of parliament amid the threat of violence.</P>

Last Modified: 18 Sep 2010 05:46

<p>Thailand's anti-government protesters have taken to the streets of Bangkok again and are threatening to stage weekly demonstrations.</p>

Last Modified: 17 Sep 2010 12:21

<P>One of those groups is Jamaat au-Dawa. Its so-called relief wing Falah Insaniyat is active across the country providing much-needed assistance to flood victims. <BR><BR>Pakistan's courts have ruled that the group is not involved in illegal activities but the international community thinks otherwise.</P>

Last Modified: 10 Sep 2010 17:34

<p>Muslims across the world are furious that an American pastor would threaten to burn copies of the Quran. If such an act was committed in a Muslim country, the man would soon find himself shredded to pieces by uncontrollable mobs.</p>

Last Modified: 10 Sep 2010 14:35