Army chief continues his farewell tours, as his retirement on Nov. 29 nears
A look back at the events leading up to, and immediately following, the U.S. raid that led to the Al Qaeda chief’s killing
National Assembly unanimously passes resolution condemning the PTI chairman over his alleged abuse of state institutions
With P.M. Khan seeking a ‘partnership for peace’ with the U.S., a look back at one of the lowest points of Pak-U.S. ties
Pakistan’s prime minister declares Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden a ‘shaheed’
The American woman making headlines in Pakistan is no stranger to the country—or its corridors of power
Why was author Shuja Nawaz forced to cancel the Pakistan launch of his new book on Pak-U.S. ties?
The case from Kohistan first emerged in 2012 when local cleric was accused of ordering deaths of people filmed dancing at a wedding
Imran Khan’s trip to Washington has laid the groundwork for a reset of Pakistan-U.S. ties. Will it pan out?
Pakistan’s prime minister refuses to commit to releasing Shakeel Afridi, saying detained doctor is a spy
Fears of vaccines prompt some parents to force their children to vomit after they receive compulsory polio drops
Women’s rights activists condemn murder of Afzal Kohistani who first drew attention to an infamous incident in 2012
Gulf kingdom gives no reason for decision to remove bin Laden’s citizenship by royal decree
Washington sees Hamza bin Laden as an emerging face of extremism
U.S. president blames predecessors, Pakistan for Al Qaeda chief’s lengthy manhunt
Air Marshal Khan remembered as ‘iconic’ soldier in tributes
Hamza bin Laden is increasingly emerging as the new face of the terrorist organization
Did Islamabad play a role in helping Osama bin Laden hide in Abbottabad?
Race in terror-hit region aimed at providing boost to tourism, cross-border peace.
Latest tranche released by CIA has militant commander warning followers to avoid ‘real war.’