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VIDEO: Turkey-PKK conflict 'escalating fast' September 18, 2015
The number of policemen and soldiers who have been killed in Turkey since a ceasefire with Kurdish militant group the PKK broke down in July, has risen to more than 120.
VIDEO: German town 'running out of room' for migrants September 18, 2015
The BBC's Jenny Hill reports from the town of Rosenheim in Germany, where giant tents are being constructed to accommodate asylum seekers.
VIDEO: Waxworks unveiled of F1 stars Vettel and Hamilton September 18, 2015
As Singapore's Formula 1 Grand Prix gets into gear, the BBC's Rico Hizon meets two of the top challengers, Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel - in waxwork form.
VIDEO: Motor racing hopeful, but no driving licence September 17, 2015
Kenyan Tejas Hirani has won 48 motor-racing championships despite being just 17 and not yet having a driving licence.
VIDEO: Philadelphia prepares for the Pope September 17, 2015
The final leg of Pope Francis' US tour is Philadelphia. It's being billed as one of the largest events in the City of Brotherly Love in modern times, and could attract up to a million and half people.
VIDEO: 'Unfit' Italy migrant centre closed September 17, 2015
A migrants centre in Italy, investigated by the BBC, has been closed after Italian MPs said it "it was not fit for a rubbish dump".
VIDEO: Exhausted Syrian 'to walk all night' September 17, 2015
A Syrian migrant explains why he will keep walking through the night to reach his destination.
VIDEO: 'Is Jeb related to George Bush?' September 17, 2015
After the latest GOP debate, we look at the strange searches people are putting into Google about Republican candidates.
VIDEO: Making a perfect pair of boots by hand September 17, 2015
Meticulously sewing kangaroo leather with a pig's bristle and a hand-rolled thread are just some of the traditional methods Duncan McHarg uses to create the perfect boot.
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Published July 8, 2007
The (red) Lal Mosque in Islamabad, Pakistan’s capital, is a very large compound. The compound contains the Mosque, two madrassas (Islamic schools), dormitories and offices. About 5,000 persons are working, praying and learning in the Lal Mosque. Continue reading →
Published May 2, 2007
Taliban means in Arabic students in plural – the Taliban was one of many insurgency groups against the Russian Soviets in Afghanistan in the 80ies. The Taliban recruited its personnel from the Pashtun Madrassas (Religious Islamic schools) in Pakistan whether the students were from Pakistan, Afghanistan or other counties in Central Asia. Continue reading →
Published May 1, 2007
Shehzad Tanweer, a British citizen, was born on 12/15/1982 in Bradford to a family from Pakistani descent. His father came to UK from Faisalabad region in Pakistan. Continue reading →
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