On Friday, U.S. drone strikes killed Hakimullah Mehsud, the leader of the Pakistani Taliban who was wanted on a $5 million bounty.
The girl reportedly dug her way out of a grave after her alleged rapists buried her near a deserted road.
The Vatican has started its own club to bring together cricket-crazy clerics from around the world.
A new report details “unlawful killings” by drone strikes in North Waziristan.
President Obama and first lady Michelle welcomed Malala Yousafzai to the Oval Office on Friday and thanked her “for her inspiring and passionate work on behalf of girls education in Pakistan.”
The former Pakistan president and military leader has been under house arrest since last spring.
The teenager who was shot in the head by the Taliban for speaking out about girls’ right to education explains why she won’t stop.
“If we get another chance we will definitely kill her and that will make us feel proud,” members of the Taliban in Pakistan said.
Suicide bombers attacked following Sunday services.
“Pens and books are the weapons that defeat terrorism,” says Yousafzai, the 16-year-old Pakistani activist.
Because chai is thicker than water.
A Pakistani court indicted Pervez Musharraf in the 2007 assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, Pakistan’s state-run television reported Tuesday.
Drawing on information from the Bureau of Investigative Journalism and other media reports, British blogger and artist James Bridle compiles Google satellite images to show what the areas where drone strikes hit really look like. You can check out his website to read more about his mission and methodology.
UPDATED: The U.S. has pulled most of its diplomats from the consulate in Lahore over a specific terror threat. The State Department also warned U.S. citizens not to travel to Pakistan.
Most of the victims were police officers. Children were also among the dead and injured. WARNING: Graphic images.
Pakistan’s first-ever female superhero, the “Burka Avenger,” takes on super villains who want to shut down a girls’ school, reports the Associated Press.
He feels “brotherly” emotions towards her. He’s not sure whether she deserved to be attacked.
Malala Yousafzai spoke today at the United Nations on her sixteenth birthday. It’s her first speech since the Taliban shot her in the head for work promoting education for girls in Pakistan last year.
This song went pretty darn viral on the Internet in South Asia. Watch it with your fabulous excellent eyes.
“I forgive you,” says the new prime minister. “All of you who voted against us, who campaigned against us and who spread rumors about us. All of you are forgiven.”
Immediately after registering their union under the United Kingdom’s Civil Partnership Act, the couple filed for asylum fearing they would be killed if they return to Pakistan.
Imran Khan, a popular Pakistani politician, took an impressive fall from a makeshift lift during a recent election rally.
“We aren’t required to show a semi-dressed woman in our ads,” said one Islamic label.
The British hospital where the Pakistani schoolgirl activist shot by the Taliban recovered has released photos and video of her leaving. Malala survived being shot in the head and will still require more surgery later on.
The new Secretary of State could make his mark on Afghanistan and Pakistan. “Kindred spirits,” says the diplomat’s widow.
George W. Who? Forgetting the neocons, Romney slides to the center in the final debate.