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Pakistan’s responsibility as terrorism in Afghanistan intensifies, UN’s fresh resolution on the Rwanda genocide matters, Milos Zeman’s election is an EU alarm bell, Africa has a major inequality problem, Roger Federer’s late career renaissance continues

Dawn / Karachi, PakistanPakistan’s responsibility as terror attacks in Afghanistan intensify

“The latest wave of terror attacks in Kabul that has claimed dozens of civilian lives marks the bloodiest phase of the so far 16-year war...,” writes Zahid Hussain. “The escalation in fighting raises questions about the new US-Afghan strategy.... [T]he ferocity and the frequency of assaults is alarming.... Both Kabul and Washington have once again

The New Times / Kigali, RwandaWhy UN’s updated resolution on the Rwandan genocide mattersThe Irish Times / Dublin, IrelandThe election of Milos Zeman should be an alarm bell to the EUThe East African / Nairobi, KenyaDespite economic growth, Africa has a major inequality problemThe Hindu / Chennai, IndiaRoger Federer’s late career renaissance continued at the Australian Open

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