John Kerry in Pakistan to talk drone strikes, Afghanistan, extremism
Kerry will meet with Pakistani civilian and military leaders with the aim of easing tension over drone strikes in the country's tribal areas.
Prison breaks: three's a trend
Two's a coincidence, but today's news of a prison break in Pakistan makes for three of a kind and a whole lot of worrying.
15 songs for Hollywood's next prison break movie
These inmates fought the law, and won.
Afghanistan’s next conflict: India vs. Pakistan
Analysis: As the Obama administration flubs peace talks, the risk is rising of proxy war between South Asia’s two nuclear rivals
Chatter: Prison break, the Pakistan edition
The Taliban busts out more than 200 inmates from a Pakistani jail, Egypt's Mohamed Morsi gets a visit, Bradley Manning prepares to hear the verdict on his WikiLeaking, and Londoners haven't yet mastered the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' technique.
Father and son from New Zealand presumed dead in avalanche on Pakistan's K2
Martin Walter Schmidt, 53, and Denali Walter Schmidt, 25, have been missing from their camp more than 24,000 feet up K2 since Saturday.
Pakistan: 250 freed in Taliban prison attack
Islamist militants are among those feared to have escaped from the Dera Ismail Khan prison in northwest Pakistan.
Scores of Shia dead in Pakistan suicide blast in Parachinar by new militant group
The two bombers blew themselves up in a busy market in the Shia town of Parachinar in what appeared to be a sectarian attack.
Pakistan: Multiple bombs kill at least 45 in Parachinar
At least 45 people were killed Friday when multiple bombs exploded in Parachinar.
Pakistan: where religion takes a bite out of your paycheck
Charitable giving is voluntary in most Muslim states. That's not how it works in Pakistan.
Pakistan bans 'immoral' condom ad (VIDEO)
Pakistan's media regulator pulled an ad for condoms featuring actress Mathira Mohammad from the airwaves after public complaints.
Pakistan: 7 killed in Sukkur security agencies attack (UPDATES)
Seven people have been killed and more than 30 wounded in a bomb attack on several security agency buildings in the town of Sukkur, in Sindh province.
NATO supply truck torched in Pakistan: police
A NATO container was reportedly set on fire in Pakistan's Baluchistan province.
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16 birth customs from around the world.
Leaked Pakistani document on US drone attacks reveals high civilian death toll
An leaked internal Pakistani government record of civilian and child deaths from drone attacks reveals higher tally than CIA admits.
Back home, lost in translation (AUDIO)
The evolution of Urdu in Pakistan has been hard for me, a girl who's only recently been repatriated.
What we're protesting today
Anti-gay protesters in Haiti, Filipinos burning an effigy of President Aquino and Bulgarians really have staying power.
Taliban letter to Malala calls assassination attempt an 'accident' (VIDEO)
Letter from commander Adnan Rasheed calls for Malala's return to Pakistan to help fight for Islam, against 'tiny elite.'
Bangladesh Islamist Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mujahid to be executed for 1971 war crimes
Leading Islamist politician Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mujahid was sentenced to death over war crimes committed during the war of independence with Pakistan.
Indian government finally acts against acid attacks
India's government has finally moved to limit sales of the chemicals used in acid attacks. Why has it taken so long?
Pakistan Taliban say no shift to Syria
The Pakistani Taliban Tuesday rejected suggestions they were sending fighters to Syria.
Drone strike in Pakistan kills 2 suspected militants
A drone strike in Pakistan near the restive North Waziristan tribal region killed two unidentified men riding a motorbike on Saturday.
Incredible UN speech by a girl the Taliban tried to kill
Since the Taliban tried to kill her over a year ago, Malala Yousafzi has become a global icon for women's rights.
Malala Yousafzai speaks at the UN (VIDEO)
The Pakistani girl who was targeted by the Taliban for campaigning for girls' education appealed for compulsory schooling for all children.
Crisis in Egypt reinforces need for Pakistan to engage country’s youth
Commentary: Building excitement for the democratic process is a challenge.
Pakistan Taliban sack spokesman in sign of growing divisions
"He (Ehsanullah Ehsan) has made comments that have raised the danger of divisions between the Pakistani Taliban and the Afghan Taliban."
Pakistani traffic cop pulled Osama bin Laden over for speeding, report says
Osama bin Laden might have been detected eight years before the Navy SEAL raid that ended his life, had a Pakistani traffic policeman spotted the world's most-wanted man in a car he had stopped for speeding.
Bin Laden files moved to CIA for secrecy
Records on the US raid that killed the Al Qaeda chief are removed from Defense Department computers.
Pakistan reinstates death penalty despite appeal from rights groups
Now that Pakistan has ended a 2008 ban on the death penalty, will it return to its standing as one of the top five countries in the world for judicial executions?
Pakistan reinstates the death penalty
In the wake of a rash of militant violence, the Pakistani government has decided to end a moratorium on capital punishment, drawing international criticism.
Pakistan brings back death penalty, to anger of rights groups
Up to 8,000 people languish on death row in dozens of Pakistan's notoriously overcrowded and violent jails.