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Gujarat riots: 24 convicted for massacre of Muslims

Lack of evidence cited by judge for clearing 36 of involvement in religious violence in Ahmedabad in Gujarat state.

Gujarat state

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School teacher set on fire in Pakistan

A school teacher brutally killed by School master.

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Torkham restrictions stir Pakistan-Afghanistan tension

Afghans frustrated by Torkham restrictions, which will force tens of thousands to buy expensive visas to continue trip.

Afghans frustrated by Torkham restrictions

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Afghan Taliban kills at least 12 in attack on bus

Taliban confirm attack in which officials say at least 35 people were also kidnapped.

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Fire in ammunition depot kills 17 in Pulgaon, India

At least 19 others injured after massive fire breaks out at ammunition depot in Pulgaon, in central India.

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Afghanistan: More than 50 police killed in Helmand

First major offensive by Taliban fighters since group appointed new leader leaves dozens dead in southern province.

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India makes arrests after spate of attacks on Africans

At least five arrested as New Delhi's Police Commissioner says there is "no element of racism" in recent attacks.

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Family of driver killed in US drone strike files case

Mohammad Azam's family says they are seeking justice after the father of four was killed along with Taliban leader.

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Afghan government urges Taliban to join peace talks

Mullah Haibatullah Akhunzada offered olive branch after armed group announces his and two deputy leaders' appointments.

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Azerbaijan releases Khadija Ismayilova from jail

Khadija Ismayilova on probation after nearly two years of imprisonment widely seen as attempt to silence critical voice.

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Who is new Taliban leader Mullah Haibatullah Akhunzada?

Conservative successor to Mullah Mansoor is known for overseeing bombings and for being a "ruthless" former judge.

Mullah Haibatullah Akhunzada

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