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Shortages of the precious resource threaten to destabilize the region even further.
Every morning hundreds of workers from nearby squatter settlements swarm the 10-kilometre stretch of sandy beach at Gadani in Pakistan.
The Federal Aviation Administration announced last week that it was going to make working drone operators' lives easier when it comes to airspace authorizations. What used to take 60 days or more should soon take minutes. It's probably the best news for drone journalists that's come out of the FAA since July 2016 when the agency announced operator's didn't need a private pilot's license to fly.
Pakistan is to introduce biometric controls on sales of mobile phone sim cards in an effort to thwart terrorists, according to the interior minister.
Quasi 250 operai bruciati vivi nello stabilimento in fiamme, appena certificato come 'sicuro'. L'inferno della Ali Enterprises, il settore tessile dei poveri: a poco più di un mese dalla terribile tragedia di Karachi, il peggiore incidente industriale della storia pakistana, non è ancora stata fatta chiarezza. Neppure sulla validità dei sistemi di controllo che, solo un
India has blamed Pakistan for spreading rumours through social media that have led to thousands of migrant workers fleeing from cities across southern India.
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In the classic Ernest Hemingway novel The Sun Also Rises, Scottish war veteran Mike Campbell is asked how he went bankrupt. His answer: "Two ways. Gradually and then suddenly." This pithy response is in many regards an accurate description of how the World Bank has considered of the use of mobile technologies as part of its support for international development efforts over