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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Gunmen ambushed a van in northwest Pakistan Tuesday and shot to death seven aid workers — five of whom were female teachers — in an attack that is likely to rekindle fears among Pakistanis over militant assaults...
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan – At least 19 people were killed by a car bomb in Pakistan on Sunday, the latest in a pattern of escalating attacks by militants in recent weeks. An explosives-laden car was detonated next to a convoy of three buses carrying...
Tags: Human Rights Watch, Israel, Pakistan, Bombings, Islam
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Recent U.S. drone missile strikes in northwest Pakistan have killed two Al Qaeda commanders, according to Pakistani intelligence sources, including a militant leader who had replaced Al Qaeda’s second-in-command, Abu...
Tags: Weaponry, Al-Qaeda, Pakistan, Osama bin Laden, Armed Conflicts
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — It’s a world of likes, apps and status updates, so it was bound to happen: The Pakistani Taliban now has its own Facebook page. The Pakistani insurgent group’s spokesman, Ehsanullah Ehsan, confirmed that it had...
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — He’s a hero in Pakistan for founding the country's nuclear weapons program, and a pariah in the West for relaying nuclear secrets to rogue states. On Wednesday, aides to A.Q. Khan announced that the retired scientist...
Tags: Nuclear Weapons, Weaponry, Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, Heroism
World NowFurious protests exploded around the world Friday as outraged demonstrators from Bangladesh to Sudan condemned an amateurish movie that mocked the Islamic prophet as a bloodthirsty womanizer and child molester. One person was killed after Lebanese...
World NowProtests in Pakistan against a film mocking the prophet Muhammad intensified Monday as demonstrators set ablaze buildings in the northwest and hurled stones at riot police in the southern city of Karachi, the country’s commercial hub....
World NowPakistan’s prime minister told a Supreme Court panel Tuesday that his government would no longer stand in the way of a revival of a longstanding graft case in Switzerland against President Asif Ali Zardari, a decision that could help tamp down...
World NowPakistan continued to seethe Wednesday over the release in the U.S. of a movie trailer mocking Islam, as legions of protesters rallied in several large cities for a sixth day and the government signaled its own discontent by declaring Friday as a national...
World NowA U.S. soldier and an American civilian contractor were shot to death this weekend in what NATO officials said on Sunday was a suspected insider attack....
World NowA Pakistani judge ordered the release on bail of a young Christian girl jailed for allegedly desecrating the Koran, a decision that ends her three-week stay in jail and comes after the arrest of a Muslim cleric on charges of trying to fabricate the case...
World NowNATO forces Sunday were investigating whether the weekend shooting deaths of a U.S. soldier and an American civilian contractor in Afghanistan were the result of an insider attack or linked to insurgent gunfire....
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