Two militants facing trial for slaying a group of climbers have broken out of prison in northern Pakistan.
Pakistan's army chief has warned India about provocations along the Line of Control that separates the two countries, saying Pakistan would respond to such violations.
At least 18 people have been detained in northwestern Pakistan for refusing to allow their children to receive polio vaccinations.
Declassified Al-Qaeda documents obtained after the 2011 raid of Osama bin Laden's Pakistan compound have been presented at the U.S. trial of a suspect charged in a British terrorism plot.
The Austrian parliament has passed a law banning foreign funding for Muslim organizations and requiring imams to be able to speak German.
Reuters has reported the death of bureau chief for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Maria Golovnina, who passed away in Islamabad on February 23 at the age of 34.
More than 1,000 Muslims formed a human shield around an Oslo synagogue on February 21.
Pakistan's military said five militants and a soldier were killed in an exchange of fire between the government troops and Islamic extremists in a restive tribal region near the Afghan border on February 20.
The United States on February 19 sought to galvanize global action to combat violent militant groups.
Senior Pakistani Army and diplomatic officials say the Afghan Taliban have indicated they are willing to start peace talks with U.S. officials in Qatar as early as February 19.
Pakistani officials say two people were killed and six wounded by an attack on a Shi'ite mosque in Rawalpindi, the latest in a series of deadly assaults targeting Shi'a in Pakistan.
Four members of a polio vaccination team have been found shot dead after being kidnapped in southwestern Pakistan.