U.N. Assembly Adopts Refugee Pact Without U.S., Hungary
Central Asians Protest China’s Secret Detention Camps
No One can ‘Dictate’ China’s Path: Xi Jinping
Journalist Killings Rise as Leaders Drum Up Hate
British Airways to Return to Pakistan After a Decade
Afghanistan Sends Team to Join Taliban Peace Talks
Lovestruck Indian Man Jailed in Pakistan to Return Home
President Obama says deployment of additional 1,500 troops will help expand fight against Islamic State.
A new video shows the militant group’s leader reiterating claims of an Islamic caliphate in Nigeria.
Analysts say appointment of 21 new ministers will help speed up economic reforms.
At least 17 members of Lashkar-e-Islam and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan killed in overnight shelling.
Jamaat ul Ahrar claims responsibility for attack on son of peace committee chief.
Officials in Quetta are investigating the crime after finding the victim’s body at a dump near her house.
Vatican official condemns lynching of Christian couple in Pakistan over blasphemy allegations.
Amin Allah Zar Gul was found guilty of trying to smuggle heroin.
Officials say ASI Faraz Naveed was arrested after he used an axe to kill a blasphemy accused man in lockup.
Pakistani Taliban splinter group that claimed Wagah border attack says it has ‘access’ to other side of border.
Controversial report claims Pakistan ignores terrorist sanctuaries that operate against Afghanistan and India.
Pakistan has made 1,173 request to regulate content, trailing behind Turkey and India.
Police say local clerics stoked outrage by announcing in mosques that the couple had committed blasphemy.
Government to launch new drive focused on ‘outcomes’ to combat crippling disease.
Muslim mob beat the married couple to death before throwing their bodies into a kiln.
Consecutive explosions targeted paramilitary troops in Khyber Agency.
Soldiers fired on a private car, killing two passengers, and prompting mass protests.
Jamaat-e-Islami activists protest across country, as Mohammad Kamaruzzaman faces hanging ‘within months.’
Pakistani spectators ‘defy’ terrorists and attend ceremony, but Indians were barred.
At least 60 people injured in explosion near border crossing between Pakistan and India.