A Chinese state firm will help build a power line across Pakistan in a project valued at $1.5 billion, the latest Chinese investment in its South Asian neighbor.
The United States on December 28 added the student wing of the Pakistan-based militant organization, Lashkar-e-Taiba, to its list of "foreign terrorist organizations."
At least 30 people have died in eastern Pakistan after consuming toxic alcohol during the Christmas holiday.
Reports from Pakistan say at least 10 people have been killed and more injured as a result of road accidents in the midst of thick fog to the south of Islamabad in Punjab Province.
Pakistani Defense Minister Khawaja Asif appeared to threaten Israel with "nuclear retaliation," apparently responding to a story by a news site known to publish fake news.
Pakistan has released 220 Indian fishermen in a gesture aimed at easing heightened tensions with its neighbor.
U.S. prosecutors have charged a Pakistani executive for his part in an alleged $140 million "fake-diploma mill" fraud, the latest step in a global crackdown touched off by arrests in Pakistan last year.
Parents of Pakistani children killed in the 2014 attack on a Peshawar school gathered on December 16 to mark the second anniversary of the massacre.
Pakistan's army said it has given death sentences to 13 "hard-core terrorists" who it said were involved in attacks that killed hundreds of innocent civilians.
Pakistan has accused Indian forces of opening fire on a school van in the disputed Kashmir region, killing the driver and wounding at least eight children.
Pakistan's national carrier says its chairman has resigned from his post, less than a week after a plane crash killed 47 people.
Turkish police have detained 235 people suspected of "spreading terror group propaganda" and acting on behalf of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militant group, the Interior Ministry says.