Briton led private army to hunt Taliban: Book - 5 months ago
A former British soldier ran a US-backed private army to hunt down the Taliban in Pakistan in a secret war in 2003, a book has revealed.
Al-Qaeda chief confirms deputy killed - 8 months ago
Zawahiri, who took over as emir of the group after Osama bin Laden was killed by US Navy Seals last year, announced the death of Abu Yahya al-Libi in a 42-minute video posted on Jihadi internet forums on.
US blacklists Haqqani network as terrorists - 8 months ago
Sgt Bowe Bergdahl, 26, disappeared in eastern Afghanistan in June 2009, and is believed to be held by the Haqqani network, a subsidiary of the Taliban, in Pakistan's North-West Frontier tribal area.
Pakistan move to stop abuse of blasphemy law - 8 months ago
Pakistan's only Christian Cabinet minister has urged a rethink of how the country deals with blasphemy cases to prevent a repeat of the scandal involving a young girl with learning difficulties.
Pakistanis killed as car bomber aims at US consulate staff - 8 months ago
US officials said two Americans and two Pakistani workers were injured but contradicted a Pakistani minister who had earlier claimed that two Americans died.
Police force polio vaccine on Pakistani children - 9 months ago
Health workers in Pakistan have taken the desperate step of calling in the police to force polio drops on children whose parents refuse the vaccine on the orders of hardline mullahs.
Polio vaccine is cover for US spies, says Pakistan cleric - 10 months ago
One of Pakistan's most influential clerics has renounced his support for polio immunisation, claiming that the programme is a cover for American spies.
Johnson, Cameron are an inspiration to us, says terror chief - 10 months ago
Hafiz Saeed, who has a $10 million American bounty on his head, said Pakistani leaders should look to the British prime minister as a role model and tone down their gilded life of perks and privilege.
Pakistan PM ordered to re-open case against Prez Zardari - 10 months ago
It marks the latest round in a bitter struggle between government and judiciary as Pakistan comes to terms with democracy following almost a decade of military rule.
Pakistan's would-be PM faces arrest - 11 months ago
Mahkdoom Shahabuddin, who most recently served as textiles minister, was due to be voted into office by parliament today, replacing Yousaf Raza Gilani who was disqualified by the Supreme Court earlier this week.