The United States has sanctioned two money exchange houses, operating primarily in Afghanistan and Pakistan, for providing financial support to the Taliban.
Some 400,000 unregistered Afghan refugees are facing possible deportation from Pakistan after a deadline for them to register expires on June 30.
The Afghan Taliban are denying reports they obtained permission from Pakistan to send representatives to Qatar for confidence-building talks that the United States has been hoping might lead to a peace deal in Afghanistan.
Police in Pakistan say suspected Sunni Muslim militants attacked a bus carrying Shi'ite pilgrims, killing at least 10 people.
Authorities in Pakistan said at least seven soldiers were killed and two wounded when a roadside bomb hit a paramilitary convoy in Pakistan's northwestern tribal region along the Afghan border.
An Indian man has been released after spending more than three decades in a Pakistani jail on allegations of spying for Pakistan's rival India.
Police in Pakistan say at least five people have been killed in a bomb explosion at a railway station in the southwestern Balochistan Province.
Taliban militants have released a video that they say shows the heads of 17 Pakistani soldiers captured in a cross-border raid from Afghanistan and beheaded.
The death of yet another militia leader active in the fight against the Pakistani Taliban has left critical questions in its wake.
Pakistan's Supreme Court has given the country's new prime minister two weeks to indicate whether he will ask Swiss authorities to reopen corruption cases against President Asif Ali Zardari.
Pakistani Taliban militants have claimed responsibility for the killing of an anti-Taliban militia commander in Pakistan’s northwest, near the Afghan border.
Pakistani security officials say a U.S. drone attack targeting a militant compound in northwest Pakistan has killed at least four militants.