A powerful political party in Pakistan has called an indefinite strike in Karachi, the country's largest city.
A court in Portland in Oregon has charged a U.S. citizen of Pakistani origin, Reaz Qadir Khan, with helping a suicide bomber who was part of an attack in 2009 that killed 30 people and injured 300 others in Pakistan.
That Afghan officials eye Islamabad with suspicion is nothing new, but such opinions have rarely been shared as openly as they have been of late.
Comments on suicide bombers, which may or may not have been made by the head of the All-Pakistan Ulema Council, have been making waves in Afghanistan.
Armed men have kidnapped a provincial lawmaker in Pakistan's restive southwestern Balochistan Province.
Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari has announced Pakistan will go ahead with a long-delayed gas pipeline project with Iran despite objections from Washington.
A Muslim cleric in the United States has been convicted of funneling thousands of dollars to support Pakistan’s Taliban.
With general elections just around the corner in Pakistan, politicians in independence-minded Balochistan Province are weighing the benefits and risks of participating.
Pakistan's largest city Karachi has shut down in mourning for the 45 people who were killed by a car bomb in a Shi'ite neighborhood of the city.
An official in Pakistan’s government says the death toll from a massive car bomb that targeted a mainly Shi’ite area of Karachi has been raised to 45, as authorities sift through rubble left by the blast.
Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari has defended his government's decision to partner with Iran to build a gas pipeline
Police in Pakistan’s southwest Balochistan Province say attackers on a motorcycle have shot dead local journalist Mahmud Afridi, the second slaying of a Pakistani journalist in less than a week.