Humanitarian work when endorsed by a celebrity has to walk a tightrope - if it is too policy-oriented, it becomes an unelected individual trying to usurp power from elected leaders. If it is too general or purely values-based, one can fall into the trap of retweeting slogans that mean little.
Euronews looks at the latest situation in the disputed region of Kashmir and explains what's going on and why it matters
Thousands of people, many waving Pakistani and Kashmiri flags, protested outside the Indian High Commission in London on Thursday (August 15) in support of the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir.
Political leaders in Kashmir had warned that repeal of the law would trigger widespread unrest.
A television journalist in Pakistan has sparked confusion after conducting a live report from the middle of neck-deep floodwaters.
In an interview with Euronews, Pakistan's Foreign Minister said reports that Pakistani Christian children were being trafficked into China were stories "planted" to cause friction between the two countries.
In an interview with Euronews, Pakistan's Foreign Minister warned that the escalating situation between the US and Iran could have consequences on Afghanistan.
Pakistan's military kill three attackers after luxury hotel raid on Saturday.
One hotel guard is reported head as the Baluchistan Liberation Army claims responsibility.
Religious tensions in Pakistan have sparked attacks on churches, Hindu temples and sufi shrines in recent years.
Imran Khan takes to Twitter to vent his anger at India.
Tension has been running high since a suicide car bombing by Pakistan-based militants in Indian-controlled Kashmir killed at least 40 Indian paramilitary police
Devotees visit the shrine of poet and saint Madho Lal Hussain to have their prayers answered. The festival celebrates the Muslim poet's love for a Hindu boy, and with it interfaith harmony.
Briton Tom Ballard and Italian Daniele Nardi were attempting a rare winter ascent of the 8,126-metre in the Himalayas, considered one of the hardest mountaineering feats in the world.
Thousands of people flocked to view a camel fighting spectacle in the Pakistani city of Layyah, despite a ban on such events
"The people of India and Pakistan want peace, not war" - with this slogan, hundreds of people formed a human chain in India.
South Asia is a nuclear flashpoint, expert tells Euronews
Pakistan has released on Friday an Indian fighter pilot seized earlier this week amid days of fighting between the two nuclear powers.
India's navy, airforce and army on Thursday accused Pakistan of committing "violations" across the Kashmir line of control and said it is ready to intercept with a "swift, strong response when needed".
Khan had called for talks between the two nuclear-armed rivals in a televised address on Wednesday, saying: "Considering the nature of the weapons that both of us have, can we afford any miscalculation?"
Pakistan's PM says he's ready to "sit down and talk with India" to ease tensions and avoid miscalculations.
Pilot is captured as Pakistan's conflict with its nuclear-armed neighbor continues to escalate.
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A Pakistani Christian woman acquitted of blasphemy after spending eight years on death row has been freed from prison, her lawyer says.