The Taliban claimed responsibility but officials and eyewitnesses said the helicopter was not attacked
Two foreign diplomats died in a helicopter crash in Pakistan's mountainous Gilgit-Baltistan region
Sabeen Mahmud was shot in what friends are calling an assassination
"Pakistan considers China’s security as our own security"
Chinese President Xi Jinping's two-day visit will feature an announcement of $45 billion in energy and infrastructure development in Pakistan
The case may open the door for a possible multi billion-dollar class action lawsuit launched by relatives of the alleged 960 civilian victims of U.S. drone...
Many were shot dead while they slept
Saudi Arabia has asked Pakistan to contribute troops in its efforts against Shiite Houthi rebels in Yemen
The attacks in Mumbai in November 2008 left 166 people dead and injured more than 600
Pakistan's parliament voted no to the Saudi-led coalition and adopted a resolution to call the warring parties to seek peaceful dialogue
Zaki-ur-Rahman Lakhvi reportedly engineered the 2008 terror attack that left 166 dead in India's financial capital
With the Taliban dominant, ISIS will have trouble making space in Pakistan—though the group is becoming more popular
The country's death penalty was reinstated in December and broadened to non-terrorism crimes a week ago
More than 8,000 people sit on death row in in South Asian nation
Polio is endemic in Pakistan after the Taliban banned inoculations
Pope Francis pained by attacks in Lahore, which were claimed by a Pakistani Taliban splinter group
Lahore police chief Haider Ashraf says several people were wounded
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...
New Delhi's critics call for explanations