Pakistan's prime minister has distanced himself from earlier remarks that the military had acted unconstitutionally.
A probe into a scandal threatening Pakistan's president appears at risk of collapsing after a panel of judges ruled out traveling abroad to hear testimony from the key witness.
When one of the world's most beloved Pashtun singers announced that she was giving up music to follow her faith, it came as more than a shock to fans and supporters -- some took it as a national tragedy.
A key witness who has been asked to appear before Pakistani judges investigating the so-called memogate scandal implicating the president is refusing to travel to Pakistan to testify.
Reports from Pakistan say an apparent U.S. drone missile strike has killed four suspected militants in the North Waziristan region, near the Afghan border.
Taliban militants have released a video showing the execution of 15 Pakistani soldiers whose bodies were found earlier this month in northwestern Pakistan.
Pakistan's Maritime Security Agency has said that it has detained 31 Indian fishermen and seized their 14 boats for fishing in Pakistan's territorial waters in the Arabian Sea.
Local police say gunmen kidnapped two Westerners in Pakistan's central city of Multan. Later reports suggested they were an Italian and a German national.
U.S. officials have told Western media that a top Al-Qaeda operative was killed in a CIA drone strike earlier this month.
Pakistan's foreign minister has said that ties with the United States remain on hold following a NATO cross-border air strike.
Norway’s security chief has resigned after she revealed confidential information, including that Norway has intelligence agents in Pakistan.
Embattled Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has addressed Pakistan's Supreme Court in Islamabad over contempt proceedings that could ban him from office. Judges adjourned the case until February.