The best news from Pakistan online is hard to come by.
It’s also hard to find online.
That’s why The Globe and Mail decided to dig in and find the country’s most important stories, as well as those that are getting the most coverage.
We asked readers to tell us what they loved about the country and what they were afraid of.
So far, we’ve picked the best stories from Pakistan, ranked them from least to most popular, and highlighted the most shocking stories.
We also put a note of caution around stories that we think are a bit more sensational, but we couldn’t find any evidence that they’re more real.
If you have something to share, please send us your story.
The Globe’s Pakistan Online blog features daily content that will make you feel at home in the country, as a Canadian or a Pakistani.
The site is updated daily and features a curated list of top stories.
Here’s how to find it.
What to do When you first arrive in Pakistan You might get a bit confused, but most people who go to Pakistan are actually coming to learn about the history of the country.
Most Pakistani residents don’t actually have any interest in history.
There’s a reason why it’s called Pakistan.
The country was founded by British colonialists in 1947, after the partition of India, and has been governed by the Pakistani military since its creation.
But in the last decade, the country has become a magnet for foreign travellers, students and expats, and it’s also one of the most popular destinations in the world for online news.
The most recent report released by the Pew Research Centre on the state of Pakistan found that more than 60 per cent of people there would prefer to live in Canada or the United States.
And the country is one of only two countries where more people say they want to live there than the United Kingdom.
For that reason, there’s a lot of attention on Pakistan.
In Pakistan, we’re always talking about the world around us, and that’s really exciting.
We get to know people in a new way.
We meet people in their home country.
We have a great sense of community.
We hear the stories and we understand what’s happening there.
But as we travel around the world, there are some things that we learn that can make us think twice about going back to Pakistan.
One of those is the lack of privacy.
Pakistan is one the world’s most secretive countries.
If we ever want to do business in Pakistan, it’s a big deal to know how to avoid spying.
And if you ever want a peek inside a Pakistani government facility, it may be better to go to the embassy instead of a Pakistani consulate.
We even get the feeling that some governments here are trying to hide information from the people.
In other words, Pakistan is a little bit of a place where people can’t go to hide.
But it’s not all bad.
Pakistan has also become a destination for foreigners and expat students, many of whom are also visiting Canada.
And in recent years, Pakistan has become an increasingly popular destination for people from Canada.
The economy in Pakistan is booming.
There are many opportunities for business in the state.
Pakistan also has a lot to offer to its neighbours.
In fact, Pakistanis are now Canada’s second-largest trading partner, behind China.
But the country also has its share of problems.
Pakistan’s leaders, particularly Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, have been accused of corruption, and Pakistan has faced multiple terrorist attacks in the past year.
The government has also been criticised for its human rights record.
But there’s also an interesting parallel to India’s story.
India’s political and economic problems are more complex.
Unlike Pakistan, India is not an open-border nation.
There is some open-door policy in place, and there are strong rules on the use of force and torture.
But those policies are rarely enforced.
In some respects, India’s success in growing its economy is a direct result of its openness.
India has a much larger Muslim population than Pakistan, and many of those people have made a strong commitment to being in the Indian economy.
So the country may have more problems than Pakistan in terms of political and social stability, but the country still has many positives.