The proposed Afghan cabinet features many new faces, but stays true to the old guard. How is Kabul's unity government shaping up?
Visiting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has urged Pakistan to take on all militant groups that threaten its domestic security, the region and the United States.
After months of wrangling over names for key posts, Afghanistan's national unity government has finally announced nominees for the cabinet.
A military-run school in northwestern Pakistan has reopened after the Taliban killed more than 150 students and teachers on December 16.
Afghanistan needs to invest in a public education sector that can prevent future generations from becoming cannon fodder for extremist organizations.
Media in the Muslim world have published a wide variety of reactions to the deadly attack on the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
A provincial government in Pakistan that once championed negotiations with the Taliban has now announced hefty rewards for hunting hundreds of fugitive Islamist militants.
Afghans are pessimistic because of inability of President Ashraf Ghani's coalition government's to form a cabinet after completing 100 days in office.
Pakistan's parliament has approved a constitutional amendment enabling military courts to try civilian terrorism suspects.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani marked his first 100 days in power on January 6, still struggling to form a cabinet with the chief executive of his unity government, Abdullah Abdullah.
A suicide car bomber has struck a European Union police vehicle in Kabul, killing one Afghan passerby.
Reports are just now emerging that a Taliban delegation visited Beijing recently for talks with Chinese officials.