Washington’s annual terrorism report said Pakistan was doing too little to counter terrorist groups, particularly those taking aim at rival India and the dreaded Haqqani network operating in Afghanistan.
Pakistan's prime minister said Thursday the United States “martyred” the al-Qaida leader and mastermind of the 9/11 attacks.
An annual human rights report released this week gives Pakistan a failing grade, charging that too little is being done to protect the country's most vulnerable, including women and children.
The tally, put together by Pakistani think tanks, found terror attacks dropped from nearly 2,000 in 2009 to fewer than 250 in 2019.
The war of words between India and Pakistan over India’s recent repeal of the state of Jumma and Kashmir’s special autonomy may be heating up again.
The government of India has revoked Kashmir’s special status, a move that could trigger renewed violence in the disputed area between India and Pakistan.
A deadly confrontation between Pakistani army troops and ethnic Pashtun protesters in a remote tribal region left at least three civilians dead.
Iran's foreign minister was in Pakistan on Friday, a critically timed visit amid a simmering crisis between Tehran and Washington.
India claims a MiG-21 pilot shot down a Pakistan F-16 fighter aircraft before his own aircraft was downed – but Pakistan's leadership denied this.
Although military officials have promised to respond forcefully to any new Indian aggression, they also hinted at a possible sea change in their traditional dominance over foreign and security policy.