Kamal Hyder

Kamal Hyder

"Kamal Hyder, an Al Jazeera correspondent in Pakistan, reports from across the country, regularly filing exclusive material from the troubled Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, which has been the site of cross-border raids by US forces based in Afghanistan, and the scene of fighting between tribal factions and Pakistan security forces. Kamal has also covered breaking news events in the country - from the first assassination attempt on Benazir Bhutto in Karachi and her later killing in Rawalpindi, to the ensuing political fall-out that led to Pervez Musharraf's resignation and the election of Bhutto's widower as president."

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Pakistan 'Kashmir hour': PM calls for solidarity movement

Imran Khan promised to keep fighting for the disputed territory until it is 'liberated'.

Pakistan 'Kashmir hour': PM calls for solidarity movement

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Imran Khan vows to improve Pakistan’s education system

Pakistan's government led by Prime Minister Imran Khan says it will step up efforts to improve school attendance.

Imran Khan vows to improve Pakistan’s education system

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Italian archaeologists to study origin of Pakistan's Ranikot Fort

If developed, the fort has the potential to attract tourism and help the poverty-stricken community.

Italian archaeologists to study origin of Pakistan's Ranikot Fort

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Pakistan: Prolonged drought threatens communities in Thar Desert

The Thar has seen years of below-average crop production and losses of cattle, exacerbating the already dire food insecurity and malnutrition in the area.

Pakistan: Prolonged drought threatens communities in Thar Desert

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Pakistan IMF deal: Rupee to be devalued against dollar

After months of negotiations with the International Monetary Fund, Pakistan reaches agreement on a $6bn loan package.

Pakistan IMF deal: Rupee to be devalued against dollar

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Pakistani traditions: Selling Ralli quilts to survive

A centuries-old tradition in Pakistan is helping poor women make money.

Pakistani traditions: Selling Ralli quilts to survive

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How toxic water destroyed Pakistan's Lake Manchar

What has turned Pakistan's largest lake into a health hazard?

How toxic water destroyed Pakistan's Lake Manchar

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Pakistan battles to control inflation

Saudi Arabia, the UAE and China have promised to invest tens of billions of dollars in Pakistan.

Pakistan battles to control inflation

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Pakistan national day: Military display amid standoff

The president said the country desired peace in the region but warned the quest for peace is not a sign of weakness.

Pakistan national day: Military display amid standoff

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India-Pakistan railway: Samjhauta Express train service restored

A friendship train that almost derailed because of recent tensions between India and Pakistan is back on track.

India-Pakistan railway: Samjhauta Express train service restored

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Pakistan begins crackdown on groups accused of violence

Islamabad insists the initiative has nothing to do with the recent standoff with India.

Pakistan begins crackdown on groups accused of violence

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Kashmir tension: Anxiety along the Line of Control

Tensions are running hot along the Line of Control and although people in Pakistan-administered Kashmir try to go about their daily business, there is one thing on every mind.

Kashmir tension: Anxiety along the Line of Control