Amnesty Accuses Myanmar of Imposing ‘Apartheid’ on Rohingya
U.S. Sues to Block $85bn AT&T-Time Warner Merger
U.S. Hits ‘Taliban Where it Hurts’
Caitlan Coleman Details Haqqani Network Brutality
Growing Anger in Islamabad
Twenty Killed as Truck Topples Onto Van in Pakistan
Charles Manson Dies at 83
Ahmed Shehzad and Shahid Afridi helped secure victory over improved Zimbabwean resistance.
Officials say release was sped up as a goodwill gesture to India.
10 other soldiers injured in attack claimed by TTP are now in stable condition.
Election Commission directed to hold results in two constituencies over reports that women were not allowed to cast votes.
TTP offshoot praises stay on executions as main militant group continues silences on talks offer.
Haji Abdul Razzaq Baloch’s body was recovered from the outskirts of Karachi.
Verdict has been delayed due to pending petition demanding review of juvenile law.
Another new low against dollar as suspected interventions fail to halt slide.
Ghulam Jan Wazir allegedly supported foreign militants in the tribal areas along the Afghan border.
Placed on U.S. sanctions list, Ganj caretaker says it is a simple school as police claim it has served as LeT nerve center.
Leaflet allegedly issued by TTP threatens anyone entering polling stations on Aug. 22 with bodily harm.
Former Pakistan cricketer confirms marriage to Australian girlfriend.
Another soldier wounded in late night clashes along disputed border.
NDMA says more rains expected next month but organization is prepared for them.
Patriotic fervor sweeps Kabul after home team beats Islamabad by three goals.
Treasury claims Ganj madrassah is a terrorist training center that supports Al Qaeda, the Taliban, and the LeT.
Lawyers claim U.S.-based rights group report on trial of Ghulam Azam was ‘false and fabricated.’
Banned cricketer meets anti-corruption wing of PCB for the first of several sessions to share information on spot fixing.
Defense minister says military allowed to take ‘all possible steps’ to counter ceasefire violations.
Pakistan’s prime minister says if talks fail, he is willing to use force to end terrorism.