Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai met for the first time on July 8 in Oslo after both attended a United Nations education summit in the Norwegian capital.
Pakistan's government says a meeting on July 7 between Afghan government and Afghan Taliban representatives ended with an agreement to continue talks toward achieving peace and reconciliation.
An RFE/RL correspondent recently rode on a Belgrade bus packed with Afghans and other refugees heading to the EU. What she saw on the trip shocked her.
Three people were killed by gunmen the day after a deadly bombing, in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta.
A roadside bomb attack has killed at least three Pakistani soldiers and injured six others in the country's lawless tribal areas.
Pakistan's military said on July 3 the death toll from a suspicious train accident in the eastern Punjab Province has risen to 17.
Police in Pakistan saved a Christian couple from a Muslim mob that was attempting to lynch them for allegedly committing blasphemy, a senior officer said July 2.
At least 14 people including a senior army officer were killed July 2 when a train carrying more than 200 fell into a canal in Pakistan after the partial collapse of a bridge.
A Pakistani official says the head of Al-Qaeda in the country is among four militants killed in a police raid in the eastern province of Punjab.
Border clashes between Pakistani and Afghan security forces have killed at least one person and wounded two.