U.S. Senators John McCain, Joseph Lieberman, and Mark Kirk have released a statement in response to reports of the ongoing harassment and mistreatment of Pakistan's former ambassador to the United States, Husain Haqqani.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) says one of its workers has been kidnapped in the city of Quetta in southwestern Pakistan.
The Pakistan Taliban are claiming to have killed 15 Pakistani security forces after kidnapping them last month.
A Pakistani official says three Iranian border guards held in Quetta face murder charges after gunning down a man inside Pakistani territory while chasing people smugglers.
Pakistani and Tajik officials are discussing the possibility of sending electricity from Tajikistan to Pakistan -- both countries that suffer chronic power shortages.
A man who built a bridge in northwestern Pakistan to replace one washed away by flooding is being criticized for charging pedestrians to use it.
A car bomb explodes outside the home of a local politician in Quetta in southwest Pakistan, killing at least eight people.
The head of the U.S. Central Command says better coordination is needed on the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan to avoid incidents like the one that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers last month.
In Pakistan, where a heavy stigma is attached to mental illness and the state spends relatively little on health, many see spiritual healing as the only option.
The death of bin Laden, political assassinations, drone and helicopter strikes in restive border areas -- 2011 stacks up as the year the focus in the war on terror turned to Pakistan.
Pakistan's army chief has denied allegations that the military is seeking to oust the country's civilian leadership amid a scandal over a secret memo.
Pakistan, which has suggested the U.S. strike on its troops was deliberate, refused to participate in the probe of the November 25-26 incident.