Taliban say they are 'exhausted' with failed #DohaAfghanTalks
Report from Human Rights Commission of Pakistan says freedom of expression was violated to 'unprecedented level' under 'opaque shroud of national security concerns'
The blast at a vegetable market in Quetta comes merely three weeks before the Pakistani minority was planning to celebrate a year of peaceful existence
Facebook or Instagram accounts, pages or groups were detected through internal investigations into account activity in region before upcoming elections in India
The Hindu community has the largest number of such complaints, but other minorities have faced the same issue
Kabul police spokesman Baser Mujahid told VOA four mines were planted in flower beds near Ali Abad hospital and police later diffused one of them
United States should announce such a plan if it wants to compete with China in projecting its 'economic soft power' in the region, according to young political leader, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari
Unidentified attackers fired mortars at a gathering in the Afghan capital attended by several presidential candidates
Court adjourns for 20 days in gang rape case that has lasted 17 years
US official: “We instructed numerous embassies, including in the Gulf, to weigh in on both sides"
Pakistan had asked the UAE to withdraw its invitation, which was sent before military skirmishes between India and Pakistan this week
President Trump senses easing tensions between the nuclear-armed South Asian rivals
Indian pilot captured after fighter jet shot down during aerial skirmish over Pakistan-controlled Kashmir Wednesday; tensions have escalated since deadly February 14 attack on Indian soldiers by Pakistan-based militant group
Pakistan said it downed two Indian planes after they crossed over to its side of the Line of Control and captured one pilot Wednesday
Pakistan says it downed two Indian planes after they crossed over to its side of the Line of Control, following Pakistan's airstrikes into 'open space' on Indian side designed to send a message
After the last round of talks in Doha that lasted six days, the Taliban and the US set up working groups to negotiate and find solutions
At least 70 to 80 ambassadors in Islamabad were briefed since Friday by Pakistan’s foreign office, according to diplomatic and other sources
A Taliban statement said the talks were postponed because many members of its 14 person negotiating team were unable to go overseas since they are on 'the US and UN blacklist'