Topic: Farhatullah Babar
A moratorium in Pakistan against the death penalty has been welcomed by human rights activists who say that Pakistan’s police and prosecution system lacks the competency to produce reliable convictions.
08/18/2011 10:55 am
A '60 Minutes' report alleges that Greg Mortenson, author of 'Three Cups of Tea,' may have fabricated some elements of his memoir about building schools in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Mortenson is defending his work.
04/18/2011 03:42 pm
Vice President Joe Biden, in Pakistan Wednesday, stressed that Pakistan and the United States have a common enemy, and warned of the dangers to the country of tolerating violent extremists.
01/12/2011 10:28 am
Wikileaks reports indicate that the US has mounted a secret effort to remove highly enriched uranium from a Pakistani reactor since 2007, reinforcing what until now had been a conspiracy theory.
11/29/2010 09:09 am
CIA director briefed Pakistani officials on the Times Square terror suspect, Faisal Shahzad, who appeared in court on Tuesday.
05/19/2010 12:44 pm
President Asif Ali Zardari could once again face charges of corruption after Pakistan's Supreme Court found that an amnesty deal that allowed many officials to serve in the government was unconstitutional.
12/16/2009 02:21 pm
The tenuous peace deal with the militants comes under increasing strain as Taliban take areas closer to Pakistan’s capital.
04/26/2009 01:00 am
Protesters rallied in several cities after a court banned popular opposition leader Nawaz Sharif from running for office.
02/27/2009 12:00 am