Los Angeles Times
Pakistan launches military crackdown as death toll in shrine bombing rises to 88
Los Angeles Times
The Pakistani army on Friday arrested or killed dozens of suspected militants and launched artillery rounds at targets in neighboring Afghanistan a day after a suicide bombing at a Sufi shrine killed at least 88 people. Residents in Pakistan's Khyber ...
A Wave of Grief and Anger After a Pakistani Shrine Is Bombed
Pakistan's military responds after deadly shrine blast
Crackdown in Pakistan
Pakistan's bloody week: Who is really to blame?
As Pakistan picks up the pieces from Thursday evening's devastating bomb attack at the 800-year-old shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar, the country's managers are looking for scapegoats abroad. And the military has openly taken charge of the proceedings, ...
Pakistan's Worst Attack in Two Years Dents Improved Security Image
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America is fast running out of patience for Pakistan
Women's World Cup Qualifier: Pakistan end Ireland hopes as India & South Africa qualify
Ireland's hopes of qualifying for the Women's World Cup were ended in an 86-run defeat by Pakistan in Colombo. Javeria Khan anchored Pakistan's innings with an unbeaten 90 as they made 271-5 from their 50 overs. Despite a second-wicket stand of 74 ...
Pakistan end Ireland women's World Cup dream in Colombo
Week in Pictures: From Pakistan blast to US protests
From protests in Kenya and the US to a suicide attack in Pakistan, here is the week in pictures. 17 Feb 2017 10:22 GMT | War & Conflict, Humanitarian crises, Poverty & Development, Politics, Human Rights · Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker.
Pakistan women making history
Pakistan's women's rugby team will make their international debut at the Asian Women's Rugby Sevens in Laos this weekend, determined to succeed despite a lack of funding. Pakistan's participation in the tournament, which includes sides from India ...
Thursday's blast is the latest in a series of attacks across Pakistan since Monday, when 13 people were killed in a suicide bombing at a rally in the eastern city of Lahore. That attack was followed on Wednesday by a suicide bombing at a government ...
Suicide bombings kill 6 in northwestern Pakistan
Taliban Bombs Kill 6 People in Pakistan
Pakistan hit by deadly suicide attacks
Pakistan duo set for spot-fixing charge
Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shaharyar Khan has announced that suspended cricketers Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif will be formally indicted for spot-fixing. Sharjeel and Latif had informal meetings with officials of the PCB's anti-corruption unit ...
Pakistan duo to be indicted on spot-fixing
Getting a punch in the mouth in the Pakistan Super League
Staples High School grad killed in Pakistan crash
According to The International News, a Pakistani web site, Gul, 19, was killed after the driver of the vehicle she was riding in lost control and overturned near Marhati Banda on the Peshawar-Islamabad Motorway. Gul was a student living in a private ...
India, Pakistan may meet for Indus pact talks to thaw frosty ties
NEW DELHI: Hoping for rapprochement after a year of terror attacks and acrimony, India and Pakistan may convene a meeting of Permanent Indus Commission during the coming months after such talks under Indus Water Treaty (IWT) was suspended last ...
Geo News, Pakistan
Timeline: Daesh in Pakistan
Geo News, Pakistan
February 2017 Pamphlets with the Daesh insignia were distributed in the border area of Khurram Agency. The black and white printouts, with images of beheadings, states that after Daesh's success in Afghanistan, it will be starting activities in ...