Pakistan's Supreme Court says it has halted the execution of a mentally ill prisoner who has spent more than 13 years on death row following pressure by human rights activists.
The Pakistani military has announced the appointment of a new chief for the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency.
India continued their Cricket World Cup dominance over rivals Pakistan with an 89-run victory in the British city of Manchester.
A rights group has urged the Pakistani government not to execute a prisoner with "clear symptoms of mental illness," who is scheduled to be hanged on June 18.
More than 700,000 people applied for tickets to the Cricket World Cup match between Pakistan and India in the British city of Manchester in a stadium that holds about 23,500 fans, official said.
Two Pakistani soldiers were killed and three others wounded on June 8 in a roadside bomb blast, the latest attack in recent weeks in the restive North Waziristan region.
Four Pakistani soldiers were killed when their vehicle struck an improvised explosive device (IED) on June 7 in North Waziristan.
At least four militants, including two former police officers, were killed in India-administered Kashmir on June 7 during an operation launched by the security forces, officials said.
British Airways has resumed direct service to Pakistan, more than 10 years after suspending operations due to security fears.
A court in Pakistan has sentenced three militants to prison after convicting them on charges of financing terrorism.
Pakistani journalist Gohar Wazir has been released from custody and returned home on May 31.
A World Health Organization (WHO) team has begun investigating an HIV outbreak in an impoverished district of Sindh Province in southern Pakistan.