The number of people killed in a central Pakistani city after eating poisoned baked goods has risen to 33.
CIA Director John Brennan says the Islamic State (IS) group in a phenomenon that will "challenge us" for a long time as he marked the five-year anniversary of the killing Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
Police in Pakistan have arrested a man in Karachi on charges of slitting his sister’s throat and letting her bleed to death -- the latest so-called "honor killing" in the country.
An ancient stone sculpture of Buddha's footprints that was looted from the Swat Valley and smuggled into the United States has been returned to the government of Pakistan.
The Qatar-based political office of Afghanistan’s Taliban has rejected media reports that a Taliban delegation sent to Pakistan is exploring the possibility of joining peace talks with the Afghan government.
India has urged Pakistan to make "early and visible" progress in prosecuting militants responsible for an attack on an Indian air base as the two sides resumed talks on April 26.
Authorities in central Pakistan say that at least 26 people have died, and dozens of others have been hospitalized, after eating sweets that were tainted with pesticides.
Pakistani police have arrested six people suspected of being involved in the killing of a Sikh official.
At least 23 people have died and dozens of others have become sick in central Pakistan after eating sweets that police suspect were tainted with pesticides.
Pakistani Taliban militants have shot dead a prominent Sikh figure and opposition party worker on April 22, in the latest attack on a religious minority in the predominantly Muslim country.
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif bowed to opposition demands that he ask Pakistan's chief justice to set up an independent commission to investigate offshore accounts linked to his family.
Police in the Pakistani city of Karachi say they have arrested a top Al-Qaeda financier who is on the United Nations Security Council's sanctions list.