We Want Immigrants ‘From Everywhere’
U.S. Withholds $65m From U.N. Agency for Palestinians
Afghan Strongman Shows He is Still ‘King of the North’
India Ends Decades-Old Subsidy for Hajj Pilgrims
Iran Calls for Muslim Countries to Depend on Themselves
Xi Tells Trump ‘Positive Changes’ in North Korea
U.S., Allies Meet to Find Diplomatic Way Out of N. Korea Crisis
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.
Former president’s legal counsel dismisses indictment, terming charges ‘baseless.’
INR, now at 62.35 rupees to the dollar, is Asia’s worst performing major currency this year.
First international match in Kabul in 10 years is expected to attract sell-out crowd.
City’s armored car businesses profit as elite seek to shore up safety.
Batsman fell ill on flight to Jamaica.
108 dead, 104 injured so far.
Zardari, Sharif to discuss matter.
With Rimsha and family safe in Canada, Khalid Chishti is let off.
Najma Hanif was targeted at her home in Peshawar.