A Pakistani court has sentenced two alleged members of banned organizations to long prison terms on terrorism-financing charges.
Pakistan has recorded its first cases of a new strain of coronavirus recently discovered in the United Kingdom, officials announced on December 29.
Reporters without Borders says 50 people were killed this year in connection with their journalistic work, with Afghanistan and Pakistan being among the most dangerous countries for media professionals.
Seven members of Pakistan's paramilitary Frontier Corps have been killed in an attack by militants in Balochistan Province, the military says.
Four Pakistani soldiers were killed when their military helicopter crashed on December 27 near the country's border with China.
The Afghan government has expressed "great concern" over video footage released in which Taliban leaders are apparently meeting their members in Pakistan.
A provincial court in Pakistan has ordered the man charged in the 2002 murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl freed, his lawyer said.
Pakistani officials and witnesses say at least 10 people have been killed and 30 injured in an explosion in a cold storage factory in the port city of Karachi.
A prominent Pakistani activist who had campaigned for the rights of the country’s ethnic Baluch minority has been found dead in Toronto after she went missing in Canada's largest city.
Pakistan has secured a $1.7 billion debt relief agreement to help offset the financial headwinds sparked by the coronavirus pandemic, officials said on December 21.
Pakistani police have arrested another member of a civil rights movement campaigning for the country's ethnic Pashtun minority amid an apparent crackdown on the group.
The family of Pakistani lawmaker and Pashtun rights leader Ali Wazir, who is in custody on a sedition charge, say his life is in danger.
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