Who Will Lead?
Explosion at Mosque in Quetta
British P.M. May Announces Resignation
Pakistani Who Taught ‘American Taliban’ Hails His Release
Terror Accused Wins Indian Parliament Seat
Militant Linked to Al Qaeda Killed in India-Occupied Kashmir
Washington Mulls Duties on Nations With Undervalued Currency
Minority residents are seeking refuge abroad following rise of sectarian violence at home.
Forced to leave Pakistan, former refugees lament lack of opportunities in Afghanistan.
Khwaindo Jirga founder Tabassum Adnan has found new hope after receiving the 2015 International Women of Courage Award.
How a teacher in Bannu convinced the region’s militants to give her a chance to educate young girls.
Tensions rise as national majority Han move to Uighur majority region.
The Islamabad High Court’s verdict on the FIA’s inquiry into death row inmate’s age at sentencing expected on Friday.
Dost Foundation is helping to combat rising addict population in Pakistan’s northern areas.
Twelve years on, the executed dictator’s influence can be felt in surviving members of his Ba’ath party.
Opinion polls show U.K. premier’s Conservative party may not have done enough to get re-elected.
National Assembly standing committee has lodged an FIR against Arjumand Hussain for ‘breaching’ MNA privileges.
In conversation with Norway’s ambassador Leif H. Larsen.
Xinjiang residents claim Beijing is lying about what really happened in the town of Elishku last July.
Pakistani recalls terrifying escape from war-torn Yemen.
Despite experiencing the second fastest population growth of any group in the U.S., linguistic barriers are leaving Pakistani-Americans behind.
A new initiative to induct highly educated men and women into the controversial police force is already showing dividends.
Christian neighborhood awaits justice as police crack down on residents accused of lynching two Muslim men.
Political debate on Islam threatens to alienate Muslim community in the U.K.
Analysts say Islamabad will find it hard to deny Saudi Arabia’s request for military aid due to longstanding financial ties.
New Delhi had declared itself ‘leprosy-free’ in 2005, but the disease has returned in several parts of the country.
Residents of Pakistan’s largest city accuse police and intelligence agencies of extra-judicial killings in bid to eradicate terrorism from city.