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The reopening of the crossing between Pakistan and Afghanistan brings both relief and fear.
Political upheaval diverts attention from country’s urgent energy problem, which is crippling the economy.
With Taliban attacks on the rise, local volunteer armies step into the security void.
It's not at the table, but the US will feature heavily in talks between Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan.
A political turf war between Pakistan's military, government and judiciary is crippling the country.
A mother looking for her sons takes on Pakistan's all-powerful spy agency.
Pakistan-US relations further threatened by an alliance of mullahs, militants and military men.
Prime Minister Raza Yousaf Gilani squares off with Supreme Court as army looks on.
The trial of Prime Minister Raza Yousaf Gilani could spell the end for Pakistan's government, a US ally.
Syed Saleem Shahzad was a crusading reporter until he was murdered. Who did it?
Hezb-e-Islami Gulbuddin has held peace talks with Afghan President Hamid Karzai and “important foreigners.”
Zardari dispelled rumors that he intended to resign in a major address Tuesday.
A scandal pitting Pakistan's army against its civilian government has everyone talking.
Pakistan's president, Asif Ali Zardari, is under mounting pressure from all sides.
Some say cooperation between US, NATO and Pakistani forces make an accidental attack unlikely.
A self-immolation in front of parliament highlights the depth of Pakistan's poverty.
While Pakistan condemns US drone attacks on its territory, it hasn’t actually tried to stop them.
A rare conviction by a Pakistani court this week was the exception, not the rule.
Pakistan says the Haqqani network is an Afghan problem, not a Pakistan one.
A "fatal blow" for Al Qaeda may have brought the Pakistan and US intelligence units back together again.