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U.S. envoy on Afghanistan and Pakistan says militants unwilling to engage with anybody right now.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s adviser says Abdul Ghani Baradar will be released later this week, will not be handed over to Kabul.
Nigar is the second top-ranking policewoman to be killed in a little over two months.
Police are yet to determine whether the latest losses were accidental or sabotage.
Protesters demand swift arrest of rapists.
Local woman was found guilty of “illicit relations.”
Militants want prisoners freed, troops withdrawn from tribal areas before peace talks can proceed.
Maj. Gen. Sanaullah, Lt. Col. Tauseef and Lance Naik Irfan Sattar targeted by IED in Upper Dir district of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province.
Father of Pakistan’s bomb says he will monitor government’s performance and restore party if it fails to deliver.
Afghan officials say many of the released prisoners rejoin the battlefield and do not help the peace process.
Law minister promises ‘exemplary punishments’ for attackers, court directs police to inform it of progress.
Pentagon hopes to expand share of cargo moving on Pakistan supply line to 30 percent.
Pakistan plans to offer 26 percent stake and management control of ailing national carrier to potential buyers.
Gunmen targeted convoy of 15 vehicles, killing one driver and burning eight tankers.
Indian judge says case falls into ‘rarest of rare category’ that justifies capital punishment.
At least one killed, over 18 people wounded in early morning attack that ended with shootout.
Obama’s candidate for top U.S. diplomat slot for South Asia says Washington hopes to work with both India, Pakistan after Afghanistan pullout.
Required austerity measures under $6.7-billion loan agreement could push GDP to 2.5 percent.
Senior commanders say militant group wants prisoners released, compensation for those killed in military operations.
A year since the government blocked YouTube, there is growing concern over Internet censorship.