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Imran Khan begins coalition search
Victor in Pakistan's elections needs to build a parliamentary majority
Who is Pakistan's next prime minister Imran Khan?
Cricket-star-turned politician Imran Khan claimed victory in Pakistan's general election on Wednesday. Euronews takes a look at the man behind the cameras.
Imran Khan leads Pakistan election as opponents cry foul
Pakistani authorities said on Thursday full results of the general election would be delayed as cricket hero-turned-politician Imran Khan led in a partial count that opponents say has been rigged.
Dozens dead as suicide bomb targets Pakistan election
Dozens dead as suicide bomb targets Pakistan election.
More than 128 people killed in Pakistan suicide bombing
Country's worst attack since 2014 comes as former PM Nawaz Sharif is arrested after making a high-profile return
What is the most dangerous country to be a woman?
India is the most dangerous country to be a woman, and the USA also made the top 10 in the Thomson Reuters Foundation experts' survey this year.
Would-be assassin of Malala meets his end in Afghanistan
US drone strike kills Mullah Fazlullah, who was the leader of the Taliban in Pakistan.
Our bloodshed worth less than that of the West, says ex-Afghan intelli
Euronews spoke to former Afghan intelligence chief Amrullah Saleh who explained how his country is trapped between three clashing factions because of its geopolitical location
Pakistan's poor struggle to cope with heat during Ramadan
A heatwave has killed 65 people in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi over the past three days, a social welfare organisation said on Tuesday (May 22), amid fears the death toll could climb as the high temperatures persist.
Malala returns to Britain after visiting homeland
Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai left Pakistan for London after a four-day whirlwind visit back to her homeland — her first since militants nearly killed her in 2012 over her blog advocating girls' education.
Two container ships collide at Pakistani port
Authorities in Pakistan's southern port of Karachi have launched an effort to retrieve 21 containers knocked overboard after a ship moving into its berth brushed against a stationary vessel
Crocodile fed tasty treats as part of religious festival in Pakistan
A crocodile is taking centre stage at a festival in Karachi celebrating the patron saint of Pakistan's Sheedi community
'It was not a choice I made myself, it was forced upon me,' French alp
French climber, Elisabeth Revol, recounted to the AFP how she was rescued from Pakistan's "Killer Mountain" and why she was forced to leave her partner behind.
Symbolic 'Doomsday Clock' moves 30 seconds closer to midnight
World security situation now "as dangerous as it has been since World War II," says Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.
Malala explains what feminism means to her
The 20-year-old Pakistani activist spoke to the Davos audience about feminism and revealed who her ultimate role model was.
Pakistani TV anchor brings young daughter on air to protest rape, kill
"I want the culprit to hang and justice for Zainab," she told Euronews.
Protests in Pakistan after girl's rape and murder
Two people have died in Pakistan after protests in the city of Kasur.
Why can’t the USA and Pakistan agree on the ‘war on terror’?
NBC’s Waj Khan gives his assessment of current relations between the US and Pakistan.
U.S. suspends aid to Pakistan
U.S. suspends almost all security aid to Pakistan, accusing it of failing to deal with terrorist groups on its soil. Pakistan rejects the accusation.
Canada: former hostage Joshua Boyle arrested
Held captive by a Taliban-linked group for almost five years, Boyle faces several charges, including forcible confinement.