The Pakistani military says Indian troops shot and killed a Pakistani soldier in the third deadly cross-border incident reported in five days in the disputed region of Kashmir.
A bomb exploded in a crowded area of Quetta, southwestern Pakistan, killing at least 11 and wounding more than 30. Police said the bomb had been placed under a paramilitary vehicle near a checkpoint. (Khudai Noor Nasar, RFE/RL's Radio Mashaal)
Explosions claimed by sectarian and separatist militant groups have killed 115 people and wounded dozens of others in what's been described as one of the bloodiest single days in Pakistan in recent years.
An alleged U.S. drone strike has killed at least three people in Pakistan's North Waziristan tribal district.
Influential Pakistani Muslim scholar Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri is world famous for his 2010 fatwa against terrorism. Now, he wants to lead a millions-strong march on Islamabad on January 14 to demand clean parliamentary elections.
Pakistan's northwestern province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has passed a law criminalizing an ancient tribal marriage custom.
India's defense minister has condemned what he called the Pakistani Army's treatment of two Indian soldiers who were killed along the Line of Control in Kashmir.
India's military says two of its soldiers were shot dead by Pakistani troops near the Line of Control that divides the disputed region of Kashmir.
At least eight militants have been reported killed in separate drone strikes in Pakistan's tribal area of North Waziristan, a suspected haven for Taliban and Al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorists.
The Pakistani foreign ministry has lodged a formal protest with India over what it says was an unprovoked attack on a border post in the disputed Kashmir region.
Pakistan will export some 100,000 tons of wheat to Iran by early February.
Authorities in Pakistan say a U.S. drone attack in the tribal region of South Waziristan has killed at least 12 suspected militants.