Pakistan's President previously called on Charlie Hebdo to apologize
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also condemned the cartoons as offensive to Muslims
"They are heroes of Islam"
The secretary of state’s trip to the country comes a month after the Peshawar school massacre
Local official says around 10,000 people have abandoned their homes in the past week
New Delhi's critics call for explanations
On Dec. 18 a judge in an antiterrorism court granted Zaki-ur-Rahman Lakhvi bail, citing a lack of evidence
It's not clear if the massacre of at least 132 school children means the Taliban has weakened or remains strong
As the 141 children and teachers who were killed in Pakistan’s deadliest terrorist attack at a school in Peshawar were buried by their bereft parents and...
Intelligence indicates plans of a new attack, says the Interior Minister
The Peshawar massacre must mark a turning point in Pakistan's battle against Taliban militants
But persistent questions remain over the military’s relationship with extremist groups
Minorities "face discrimination in almost every aspect of their lives," says Minority Rights Group International
The attack on a school in Peshawar was an act of revenge for the state's militarism
The 17-year old shot by the Taliban: "I want to serve my country"
Indian schools join lawmakers in observing two minutes of silence after #IndiawithPakistan trends on Twitter
There have been 260 new cases of polio diagnosed in the South Asian nation this year
Farzana Parveen was beaten to death in broad daylight outside the high court in the city of Lahore
As the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan looms ever nearer, opponents of “abandoning Afghanistan” continue to rehearse the ostensible lessons from the...
Hope for long-term peace unraveled after India called off a round of talks last month