The court also asks the national anti-corruption bureau to launch a further probe into the allegations against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, which stem from the Panama Papers leak last year
'(The explosion) seems like a suicide blast targeting police, but we are still ascertaining the nature of the explosion,' the city's commissioner Abdullah Khan Sumbul says
The Sandiganbayan's 7th Division says it has given weight to the DILG's manifestation posing no objection to Senior Superintendent Allan Nobleza's continued service as Philippine police attaché to Pakistan
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A typeface has sparked uproar in Pakistan after documents using the font were produced in a corruption case against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif – despite being dated a year before the design was released
The Balochistan Union of Journalists criticizes the 'illegal confinement'
The accident occurs some 30 kilometers (18 miles) north of Islamabad in the Charra Pani village in the tourist hill resort of Murree
Dozens of relatives are waiting outside hospitals in Bahawalpur, the nearest major city, to claim the bodies of their loved ones
(UPDATED) The victims had rushed to the site to collect spilling fuel and ignored warnings to stay clear, according to officials
Laurel Miller's responsibilities will now fall under the department's South and Central Asian Affairs Bureau, which has a much bigger footprint that includes India
A top government official in Parachinar says that the twin blasts that tore through a market in the area were carried out by two suicide bombers
Leaders of the largely symbolic body – including Russia's Vladimir Putin and China's Xi Jinping – formally sign off on the sub-continent duo's accession at the annual SCO summit in Kazakhstan's capital Astana.
'Technical teams of both countries will use GPS and Google Maps as well as other means to get the answer' to a border dispute between Pakistan and Afghanistan, Abdul Razeq, police chief of Afghanistan's Kandahar province, says
A second senior police officer, who requested anonymity, says many members of the police, prosecution service, and judiciary sympathized with the attackers and he did not expect any guilty verdicts
'A major terrorist attack planned for Easter in Lahore tomorrow was successfully foiled by intelligence agencies,' a military statement says
(UPDATED) 'Let it be known to the perpetrators of this act that the state shall not tolerate citizens taking the law in their own hands,' says Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif
Amnesty's report found that hundreds of death sentences, including cases involving foreign nationals, had been omitted from China's public database of court verdicts, suggesting a concerted effort to hide the extent of the country's killings
The man, named by the army as Kulbushan Sudhir Jadhav who also goes by the alias Hussein Mubarak Patel, is found guilty by a military court and sentenced to death. India, however, calls the claims 'baseless.'
The skirmish comes days after a Taliban suicide attack targeting a census team in the city
Police say the shrine custodian 'confessed that he killed these people because he feared that they had come to kill him'
(UPDATED) The attack comes after a wave of violence killed 130 people across Pakistan in February, unnerving citizens who had been emboldened by improving security and prompting a military crackdown
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif orders the two main crossings on the long, porous border be reopened as a gesture of 'goodwill,' a statement from his office says
The weeks-long process, a challenge in a country known for corruption and dysfunction, will deploy a team of more than 300,000 people and involve 55 million forms
The fighting occurs in Mohmand, one of Pakistan's so-called tribal districts that form a buffer zone between Pakistan and Afghanistan
Karachi produces roughly 12,000 tons of trash daily, with only half collected – the rest is strewn in the streets and alleys
'Yesterday's explosion was an accident. It was not caused by explosives or a result of terrorism,' Punjab provincial law minister Rana Sanaullah says
(4th UPDATE) The explosion took place in the particularly affluent Defence Housing Authority suburb of the city, replete with upscale boutiques and cafes
(3rd UPDATE) One bomber was briefly on the loose inside the busy complex in the Tangi area of Charsadda district but was killed by police some 20 minutes after the attack began, officials say
The latest assault occurs in Peshawar, say police, after a bomber rides a motorcycle into a van carrying a judge travelling through an upmarket neighborhood
A Pakistani court has bans public celebrations of Valentine's Day in the capital Islamabad while Indonesian students plan to spurn the event
(UPDATED) The incident occurs as hundreds of chemists protested a new law near the Punjab provincial assembly building
'Four more bodies were recovered today. No one else is missing,' says army spokesman Colonel Rajesh Kalia
Aamir Liaquat Hussain is accused of inciting hate against supporters of 5 progressive activists who disappeared earlier this month
Rights groups say Pakistani activists and journalists often find themselves caught between the country's security establishment and militant groups including the Taliban
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The incident demonstrates the power of fake news to create unnecessary tension
Muhammad Azam Saigol tendered his resignation on Monday, December 12, due to personal reasons, Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) spokesman Danyal Gilani says, but declined to comment further
'A 9-year-old girl was killed and three other children between 8 to 10 years old were wounded when explosives planted close to their school gate exploded when they opened it,' a local government official says
(UPDATED) The ATR turboprop planes would now undergo thorough testing after the two incidents, Pakistan International Airlines says
'Indonesia is sacrificing its reputation for upholding human rights in the name of a ‘solution’ to drug use that has been demonstrated to be ineffective. Let’s change that.'
The pilot of the ATR-42 turboprop aircraft contacts ground authorities after one engine failed, issuing a Mayday call at 4:14 pm (1114 GMT), Azam Saigol, the airline's chairman, tells a news conference in Islamabad
(4th UPDATE) Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Flight PK661 crashes in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. The military, which is part of rescue operations, says 21 bodies had so far been retrieved from the wreckage.
Model Qandeel Baloch, who shot to fame for her provocative selfies that polarized the conservative Muslim country, was strangled in July by her brother Muhammad Waseem
The December visit of Sartaj Aziz, adviser to Pakistan's prime minister Nawaz Sharif and de facto foreign minister, will be the first high-profile visit since tensions spiraled between the arch-rivals after a deadly attack on an Indian army base
'Children were looking for the mothers and fathers. People looking for brothers and sisters but no one was able to listen to their cries.'
The blast hit a crowd of worshippers participating in a ceremony at the shrine of Sufi saint Shah Noorani in Khuzdar district
She is accused of living in Pakistan on fraudulent identity papers following a two-year investigation, one of thousands of refugees using fake ID cards
(3rd UPDATE) Witnesses describe watching in horror as one train speeds into the city's Quaidabad Railway Station and rams into the second, which was stationary