Monthly Archives: October 2012

Post-war Sri Lanka – the challenges of reconciliation, reintegration and rehabilitation

By Zafar Iqbal Three years on from the end of the civil war, Sri Lanka continues to face a number of multifaceted challenges concerning reconciliation, reintegration and rehabilitation. The country faces intense scrutiny over war crimes allegedly committed by its … Continue reading

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‘Islamabad is transporting the gifts of dead bodies to Gilgit Baltistan

By Zafar Iqbal  Baba Jan Hunzai is an activist who was imprisoned and tortured for drawing attention to the plight of the victims of the Attabad Lake which burst out in January 2010 by floods and landslide into the Hunza River … Continue reading

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Taliban Shooting Of Pakistani Activist Malala: Some Questions For BBC‏

By Zafar Iqbal The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is at the centre of controversy over the attack on 14- year old Pakistani girl, Malala Yusufzai, who was shot by Taliban militants for advocating girl’s education. She is recovering in Birmingham’s … Continue reading

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