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Sabrina Toppa

Sabrina Toppa is a journalist based in Lahore, Pakistan. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, TIME Magazine, The Atlantic, Al Jazeera English, Foreign Policy, NBC News, and other news outlets.

Pakistani Government Swipes Left On Tinder

The national ban against key dating apps is yet another avenue for the government to morally police young Pakistanis.

Pakistan’s Sheedis Try to Stake Out Their Place

The country’s most visible minority — descended from African slaves, traders, and mercenaries — has been living in Pakistan for centuries, but still remains relegated to the margins.

How Coronavirus May Help the World’s Final Battle Against Polio

In one of the globe’s last polio-endemic countries, Pakistanis are finally realizing the importance of vaccines — in the absence of one for COVID-19.

The Activists Challenging Pakistan's Child Marriages

Cultural norms and vague government edicts have allowed Pakistani child marriages to survive. Some activists are taking matters into their own hands.


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