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Family members to stand trial over Pakistani woman's disappearance
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Pakistan bridge is swept away in severe flash flooding
Pakistan recorded its hottest April in decades with Jacobabad touching 49C.
Pakistan bridge swept away in flash flooding
Flash floods sweep away one of the main bridges in northern Pakistan setting off alarms about increased glacial lake outburst floods due to the rise in temperatures in the country.
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The severe heatwave has come unusually early in spring, and will put more than 1 billion people in India and Pakistan at risk.
Twitter admits temporarily suspending Dutch far-right leader
Wilders had recently directed a tweet toward Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
Pakistan's prime minister Imran Khan ousted in no-confidence vote
Khan was voted out in the Sunday morning vote after several political allies and a key party in his ruling coalition deserted him.
Muslims in Karachi break the fast on the first day of Ramadan
Thousands of Muslims broke the fast at mosques in Karachi on Sunday night as the holy month of Ramadan began in Pakistan.
Pakistan president dissolves Parliament at PM's request
Pakistan’s president dissolved Parliament on Sunday setting the stage for early elections after the prime minister sidestepped a no-confidence move earlier in the day.
Suicide bombing kills 56 at Shiite mosque in Pakistan
A suicide bomber struck inside a Shiite Muslim mosque in Pakistan's northwestern city of Peshawar during Friday prayers.
Karachi’s urban forest is bringing nature to the heart of the city
Six years ago this was an abandoned waste land, now it's a nature filled forest in the middle of Pakistan's largest city.
Tourists question blizzard tragedy in scenic Pakistan town
As unprecedented snowfall thawed at a popular Pakistan mountain resort, rescued tourists were found reckoning with the deaths of 22 fellow travellers in a frozen traffic jam.
Cold kills 22 stuck in cars in heavy snow at Pakistan resort
Temperatures fell to minus 8 degrees Celsius amid heavy snowfall at Pakistan's mountain resort town of Murree overnight, killing at least 22 people who were stuck in their vehicles, officials said on Saturday.
Karachi Christians hold pre-Christmas procession
Hundreds of members of Karachi's Christian community took part in a pre-Christmas peace procession on Saturday.
Killing time with Pakistan's lonely clock collector
Hundreds of antique clocks fill a small hall in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta, where collector Gul Kakar swears he will spend all the time he has left caring for them.
At least 20 dead as powerful earthquake strikes southwest Pakistan
Authorities expect the death toll to rise even further after a powerful earthquake collapsed at least one coal mine and many flimsy mud houses in southwest Pakistan.
Man arrested over disappearance of woman who refused arranged marriage
Paris police have detained a man wanted in Italy over the disappearance of an 18-year-old woman, who had refused an arranged marriage in Pakistan.
First foreign commercial flight since Taliban takeover lands in Kabul
A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane carrying a handful of passengers touched down at Kabul airport, the first international commercial flight to land since the Taliban retook power in Afghanistan.
Afghan asylum seekers in Pakistan sleep rough on the streets
Escaping the Taliban is one thing, but once across the border, a different challenge awaits.
Meet the Afghans escaping across the land border to Pakistan
Pakistan is now warning the international community that it will need help if it continues to bear the brunt of this sudden change in Afghanistan's government on top of the war that has raged for decades.
'No one asked where we are going': Afghans reach Pakistan border
Once a journey with stops and checks by the previous Afghan authorities, the escapees say, "now there is no one asking us questions."
Roadside bomb kills 3 during Shiite procession in Pakistan
Three people have been killed and dozens injured after a bomb exploded in Punjab province of Pakistan.
Afghans fleeing Taliban rule flock to Pakistan border
Afghans fearing for their lives under Taliban rule continue to look for ways out of their home country. Many cross the border into Pakistan while anxious traders at the checkpoint worry about insecurity
Pakistan 'does not finance the Taliban' says ambassador to EU
Pakistan's Ambassador to the European Union, Zaheer A Janjua, spoke to Euronews on the regional impact of a Taliban administration, and the accusation, increasingly made by the former Afghan government, that Pakistan has funded the militant group.
Pakistan: Mob attacks Hindu temple after boy, 8, accused of blasphemy
Police have arrested at least 50 people in Pakistan, accused of attacking a Hindu temple in the east of the country.
Dozens of people die after two trains collide in southern Pakistan
Two express trains collided in southern Pakistan early Monday. According to railway officials, about 1,100 passengers were on board the two trains.
Pakistan briefly blocks social media access after anti-French protests
The interior ministry said the measure was taken "in order to maintain public order and safety" after several days of heightened anti-French sentiments.