Thank goodness it's Goat Week!
For obvious reasons.
Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri calls for attacks inside United States
In a new video released to mark Sept. 11 anniversary, man who took over from Osama bin Laden wants to bleed America economically.
China's New Great Game
With big deals and money, Xi Jinping expands China’s sphere of influence into Central Asia.
Americans don't support war like they used to
Over the last decade, American support for military action has for the most part dwindled.
Pakistan to free senior Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar
Pakistan said Tuesday that it would free senior Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar in order to help neighboring Afghanistan in its peace efforts.
Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari steps down
Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari ended his five-year term Sunday, stepping down as India-born Mamnoon Hussain prepares to take over.
Security tightened for Mehta concert in Kashmir
Organizers said the concert would go ahead despite separatist demands that the event to be cancelled.
Shakil Afridi, doctor linked to CIA search for bin Laden, to be retried
Shakil Afridi, the Pakistani doctor linked to the CIA's search for Osama bin Laden, will be retried after officials in Pakistan overturned his jail sentence.
This condom ad in Pakistan is considered racy and it's causing a giant uproar
Pakistan's health workers worry the provocative condom ad will hurt their contraception programs.
Here are 3 other places the US military bombed in the past month
Not every bombing campaign is as well publicized as the one probably coming to Syria. Here's what else the US military is up to.
Karzai calls for Pakistan's aid in Afghanistan-Taliban peace process
Afghan President Hamid Karzai called on Pakistan "to facilitate peace talks" between his government and the Taliban during his visit on Monday.
Florida imam Hafiz Kahn gets 25 years for supporting Pakistan Taliban
78-year-old Hafiz Kahn gets 25 years in prison for sending $50K to terrorists in hopes they 'destroy' American targets.
The world is picking sides in Egypt's conflict (PHOTOS)
Protests are erupting around the globe as people and governments pick a team in Egypt.
Pakistan charges Pervez Musharraf for murder of Benazir Bhutto
Former Pakistani military ruler Pervez Musharraf has been indicted on three counts at an anti-terrorism court in Rawalpindi.
Pakistan: Muslim cleric at center of 'blasphemy' case freed
Pakistani court releases Muslim cleric Khalid Jadoon Chishti, who had falsely accused a Christian girl of blasphemy.
Analysis: Are India and Pakistan headed for war?
Under heavy shelling, Kashmir is again set to stymie the Indo-Pak peace process. And the risks are mounting.
Afghan President Karzai to visit Pakistan to discuss peace with Taliban
The role of Pakistan is seen as critical to efforts to get the Afghan Taliban to sit down to talks.
Toxic liquor kills at least 9 in southern Pakistan
14 people from the Christian-dominated slums in Karachi were hospitalized after drinking toxic homemade liquor, and nine of them have died so far.
US to reopen most embassies, consulates closed due to terror threat
18 of 19 US embassies and consulates recently closed in the Middle East and Africa will reopen on Sunday.
Chatter: The US is on high alert in Pakistan now too
The US pulls its diplomatic staff out of Lahore, Pakistan after receiving "specific threats," it's a second deadly day in Quetta, Edward Snowden's encrypted emails aren't safe, and the universe does wrong by Desmond Tutu.
Gunmen attack mosque in Quetta, southwest Pakistan
At least nine people were killed as they left Eid al-Fitr prayers at a mosque in Quetta.
US pulls staff out of consulate in Lahore, Pakistan, due to 'specific threats'
The US has withdrawn all non-emergency staff from its consulate in Lahore and advised Americans to avoid travel to the whole of Pakistan.
Taliban suicide bombing at Pakistan policeman's funeral kills as many as 38
As many as 38 are dead after a Taliban suicide bomber attacked a policeman's funeral in Quetta, Pakistan on Thursday.
Pakistan soccer game bombing kills children
A bomb blast at a soccer game in a poor district in Karachi, Pakistan, killed 11 people when it exploded near the vehicle of a provincial minister.
Death toll rises to 84 in Pakistan floods
Monsoon rains triggering floods have killed 84 people across Pakistan in the last week and affected more than 80,000 others.
Five Indian soldiers reported killed in Kashmir attack
India angered by killing of five soldiers in the disputed Kashmir region.
Pakistan says world without nuclear weapons is 'feasible'
Pakistan has said nuclear disarmament is feasible and should be pursued in a universal manner, echoing the mayor of Hiroshima's call for peace and the abolition of nuclear weapons.
Pakistan TV show gives away abandoned babies (VIDEO)
On live television parents received an abandoned baby girl, with the shows host later telling critics, "We were already top of the ratings before we gave away a baby."
Secretary of State John Kerry suggested US drone strikes in Pakistan may end
Secretary of State Kerry's words came as the United States agreed to restart strategic talks with the South Asian country.
Ahead of Eid, clothesmakers say violence is hurting their trade (VIDEO)
In the last two years, Karachi's Shabbir Square marketplace has become a hotbed of violence. Embroiderers there say their usually brisk business has taken a huge hit.
Pakistan prison attacked by Taliban lacked guards
Only a few poorly armed guards were on duty at a Pakistani prison earlier this week when it was attacked by Taliban militants, allowing 250 inmates to escape.