Karachi vice: Pakistani cop channels police stories into gritty novels | AFP

Personal tragedy haunts the hard-boiled novels that are turning top cop Omar Shahid Hamid into one of Pakistan’s most popular English-language authors. For nearly two decades Hamid has worn a badge in Karachi, the mega port city on the Arabian Sea that for years was rife with vicious political and extremist violence.

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US carrier in Persian Gulf a clear signal to Iran

United States Navy fighter jets were flying missions from an aircraft carrier in the Arabian Sea on Saturday, a signal to Iran of America’s global military reach. (June 8)

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USS Abraham Lincoln stationed in Arabian Sea

A US aircraft carrier the White House ordered to the Mideast over a perceived threat from Iran remains outside of the Persian Gulf amid efforts to de-escalate tensions between Tehran and Washington. (June 3)

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At least 56 dead as smugglers throw 300 migrants into Yemen sea

At least 56 people have drowned in two separate incidents on August 9th and 10th, and dozens remain missing, after human traffickers forced some 300 African migrants off two Yemen-bound boats and into the sea. Survivors — all Ethiopian and Somali migrants — managed to make their way to Shabwa, a southern province along Yemen’s Arabian Sea coastline, the International Organization for Migration said.

VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – March 11, 2014.

The VICE News Capsule is a daily roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: fatwa on emoticons, a Mexican drug lord, African migrants, and malaria.

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Vilayat Dagestan Issues a Fatwa on Emoticons
The cute smiley faces and cartoon symbols sent from phone to phone pose no threat to Islamic sensibilities.That’s according to a new fatwa issued by a Russian Jihadist group.

Mexican Drug Lord Thought Dead in 2010, is Reported Killed
A leader of Mexico’s Knights Templar drug cartel has been declared dead… for the second time.

Dozens of African Migrants Drown off the Coast of Yemen
At least 42 African migrants have drowned in the Arabian Sea off the coast of Yemen.

Climate Change Could Mean More Malaria in Africa
Global warming could lead to a spike in new malaria cases in densely populated regions of Africa and South America.

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