Violent clashes took place as Pakistani security forces tried -- and failed -- to prevent protesters heading to Islamabad for rallies organized by Imran Kahn. (RFE/RL's Radio Mashaal)
Pakistani police have fired tear gas to scatter hundreds of antigovernment protesters heading for Islamabad after a court cleared the way for opposition politician Imran Khan to hold a mass protest this week.
An Afghan woman immortalized on the cover of National Geographic magazine is to be freed on bail, days after being arrested in Pakistan on fraud charges.
India and Pakistan traded accusations that each had killed civilians in cross-border shelling in Kashmir on October 28.
Pakistani riot police wielded batons and fired tear gas at stone-throwing opposition activists who rallied in Islamabad in defiance of a government ban on demonstrations on October 28.
There were protests across Pakistan after a wave of arrests and a ban on public gatherings. (RFE/RL's Radio Mashaal)
Pakistan and India have each expelled a diplomat from the other country amid escalating tensions between the two South Asian powers over the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir.
Pakistani police have detained dozens of supporters of opposition leader Imran Khan and banned public rallies, triggering clashes with opposition activists in parts of Islamabad.
A United Nations General Assembly committee has voted to launch negotiations on a new treaty banning nuclear weapons despite strong opposition from the world's nuclear powers.
Pakistani authorities have arrested National Geographic magazine's famed green-eyed "Afghan Girl" for possessing a forged Pakistani identity card.
The Pakistani city of Quetta was in mourning to commemorate the victims of a militant attack on a local police academy.
The Islamic State (IS) extremist group has claimed responsibility for an attack on a police academy in southwestern Pakistan that left at least 61 people dead.