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Here’s the latest for Friday, May 22nd: Trump tells governors to reopen houses of worship; FBI to conduct review of Flynn investigation; Pakistani jetliner crashes before landing in Karachi; Graduating seniors ‘fly high’ in Florida Keys.

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Scene from above as Pakistan passenger plane crashes in residential suburb | AFP

Debris and smoke is seen form the roof of a building after a Pakistani plane with nearly 100 people on board crashed into a residential area of the southern city of Karachi.

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Pakistani ski resort hopes to attract foreign skiers | AFP

It survived the dark days of Taliban rule, the destruction of its main hotel and a major flood. Now, the little Pakistani ski resort of Malam Jabba is facing a new challenge from the coronavirus pandemic, just as it had hoped to showcase its revamped facilities to the world.

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Pakistani Hindus celebrate Holi festival | AFP

Hindus in the Pakistani city of Karachi celebrate the Holi festival, dancing and adorning each other’s faces with coloured powder.

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Pakistani city suffers in acrid smog | AFP

Tired of choking on putrid air in Lahore, Hasan Zaidi has perfected his homemade purifier as he looks for a low-cost solution to battle the increasingly toxic air enveloping Pakistan.

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The Plight of Fishermen Caught Up in India And Pakistan’s Devastating Border Fight

KETI BANDAR, Pakistan – For over 70 years, the border between Pakistan and India has remained one of the most disputed flashpoints in the world.

That includes an unmarked maritime border in the Indian Ocean where hundreds of Indian and Pakistani fishermen are arrested each year by the two nuclear-armed nations, devastating coastal communities whose livelihoods depend entirely on fishing.

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New York exhibition details 10-year hunt for Bin Laden | AFP

A new exhibition details the operation that killed 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden, with a model of the Pakistani villa where he lived and testimonies from those who planned and carried out the famous raid.

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Pakistan warns of Kashmir bloodbath, India silent

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has denounced terrorism but avoided any mention of India’s crackdown in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir. Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan denounced India’s crackdown and warned of a “bloodbath.” (Sept. 27)

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Pakistan PM says Trump asked him to mediate with Iran | AFP

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan tells reporters at the United Nations that US President Donald Trump asked him to mediate with Iran to defuse tensions. SOUNDBITE

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