Feb 2, 2010
Militants torch Nato tanker
Firefighters try to extinguish an oil tanker, which was destined for Nato troops in Afghanistan and mysteriously exploded while on the way to Afghanistan, on the outskirts of Peshawar, the capital of militancy-hit North-West Frontier Province Pakistan, yesterday.
Refugee committee works to instill hope in Pakistan
I was asked in May to help lead the American Refugee Committeea TMs humanitarian response in Pakistan during the huge displacement of people from the Swat valley a ' over 2 million people in the North West Frontier Province alone were being displaced by conflict and local military operations.
Pakistan, the privatised state
The institutions of Pakistani government have devolved and, like the Taliban and other militants, behave more like corporations Until recently, Pakistan 's most important internal threat was thought to be ethnic or regional, with "separatist" movements in Baluchistan, Sind or the North-West Frontier Province suspected of receiving support from ...