In an interview, a jihadi talks about why state-sponsored militants who once fought in Indian-controlled Kashmir are now joining the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Swiss minaret vote leads to Muslim anger, but the Swiss aren't alone in restricting religious freedom.
The suicide bomb attack on the ISI regional HQ in Peshawar, Pakistan, left at least 10 dead.
The Lahore University of Management Sciences promises to prohibit public displays of affection after a highly publicized peck on the cheek exposed deep fissures in Pakistani society.
In a brash response to the government's claim he was dead, Pakistan Taliban chief Hakimullah Mehsud appeared in a video broadcast Monday.
The neighboring countries agreed Thursday to work together on terrorism despite stalled peace talks. US secretary of state arrives Friday.
For reasons of geography, ethnicity, military inferiority, and ancient rivalries, they represent neither the immediate threat that is often portrayed nor the inevitable victors that the West fears.
Many welcomed the US president's conciliatory tone and references to Islamic history. Skeptics pointed to the price Pakistan pays for ongoing US involvement in Afghanistan.
Many Pakistanis have previously accused the government of provoking the Taliban. This time, residents directed their anger at both sides.
Analysts say political leaders could strengthen militants' appeal if they do not manage deep ethnic tensions – which resulted in clashes that killed 30 people last week.
Residents living between the militants and the capital worry their understaffed security forces can't defend their town.
A video of a girl being lashed 34 times for allegedly being seen with a man who was not her husband has prompted a chorus of condemnations led by President Asif Ali Zardari.
The President's plan for the increasingly troubled region is ambitious, although his goals are more limited than Bush's.
President Zardari lacked the full backing of the Army and US that his predecessor Musharraf enjoyed, Pakistani and US officials say.
The government agreed Monday to restore deposed judges. Activists want further reforms.
Militants signed a cease-fire with provincial authorities Monday after they agreed to impose sharia.
Gunmen abducted John Solecki, head of the UN refugee agency in Quetta, on his way to work Monday.
The US pursuit of Al Qaeda with airstrikes complicates Pakistan's struggle against the Taliban, who launched their largest attack in months over the weekend.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh says the intricacy of attacks indicate Pakistani government link.
Under Obama, the US may send 20,000 more troops and encourage talks with the Taliban in an effort to reclaim the upper hand in Afghanistan.
Army Chief Ashfaq Kayani has been curtailing the political influence of a military accustomed to running the country.
It targeted a camp of the group linked to the Mumbai attacks Sunday.