Thousands of Shi'ite Muslims rallied January 31 in Pakistan to protest the killing of 61 people in a suicide bombing at a mosque, in the nation's worst sectarian attack in nearly two years.
Bystanders rushed to help the wounded after a bomb exploded at a Shi'ite mosque in the Pakistani city of Shikarpur on January 30. Officials said that at least 10 people were killed and more than 40 injured. (Reuters)
Pakistani officials say at least 56 people were killed and more than 30 injured on January 30 in a bombing at a Shi'ite mosque in the southern province of Sindh.
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The governor of Pakistan's central Punjab province has resigned, saying the country's political system has failed ordinary people.
A suspected U.S. drone strike has killed what are believed to have been six militants in Pakistan.
The Islamic State (IS) militant group says it has appointed a former Pakistani Taliban commander as its leader for Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Pakistan has criticized agreements reached during President Barack Obama’s visit to New Delhi earlier this week, including a January 25 breakthrough on a deadlocked civilian nuclear power deal.
Pakistan says air strikes in a restive tribal area along the border with Afghanistan have killed 76 militants.
Pakistan says fresh air strikes in a restive tribal area along the border with Afghanistan have left 35 militants dead.
Pakistan's national power company says electricity has been restored across the country after an apparent rebel attack on a key power line left some 80 percent of the country without electricity.
Authorities in New Delhi were preparing for a visit by President Barack Obama on January 24, a day before the U.S. leader's arrival for what has been scheduled as a three-day trip.