Pakistani officials say a suicide bomber blew himself up outside a Shi’ite mosque in the city of Rawalpindi, near Islamabad, killing at least five people.
Gunmen in Pakistan have killed a man who had been acquitted two weeks ago on blasphemy charges and freed from prison after a court ruled he was mentally unstable.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has joined other world leaders in condemning the attack that killed 12 people at the offices of satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo in Paris.
Pakistan on January 7 hanged two men sentenced to death by an antiterrorism court, bringing to nine the number of executions since last month's lifting of a moratorium on capital punishment.
A Bangkok court has approved the extradition of a Pakistani fugitive who was convicted over a 1995 bombing that killed 16 people in India, including a government minister.
Pakistan's parliament has approved a constitutional amendment enabling military courts to try civilian terrorism suspects.
Pakistan's lower parliament house has approved a constitutional amendment enabling military courts to try civilian terrorism suspects.
Indian and Pakistani troops have traded fire along the disputed border region of Kashmir, killing five people.
A U.S. drone strike targeting a Pakistani Taliban commander in northwest Pakistan has reportedly killed at least six militants
Pakistan's military says fresh air strikes in restive tribal areas along the border with Afghanistan have left 31 militants dead.
The Pakistani government has decided to try to amend the constitution so that special military courts can be formed to accelerate the trials of alleged terrorists.
Pakistani and Indian border guards exchanged fire along the disputed border region of Kashmir, killing four people, including a teenage girl.