Pakistan: Hotel Gunman Kills 9 ForeignersGunmen bursts into a hotel in northern Pakistan early Sunday, killing nine foreigners.
The Price of Justice for a Pakistani GirlThe story of one courageous victim whose family, rather than killing her for defiling "family honor", supported her fight for justice.
Top Taliban Leader Killed in Pakistan Drone StrikeThe Pakistan Taliban's second-in-command was killed in a drone strike Wednesday in the country's tribal region.
NY Times Bureau Chief Expelled From PakistanPakistan’s Interior Ministry has ordered the expulsion of the The New York Times Islamabad bureau chief on the eve of national elections.
Pakistan's Musharraf Under House ArrestA Pakistani court put ex-military leader Pervez Musharraf under house arrest for two days after he surrendered to a magistrate over charges.
Taliban: 'Wherever We Find Americans We Kill Them'Pakistani Taliban: 'Wherever we find Americans we kill them, but we don't have any connection with the Boston explosions."
'I Represent Three Generations of Hatred Victims'Parents of slain Jewish journalist Daniel Pearl light a flame at Yom Hazikaron ceremony in Jerusalem.
Blast Kills 10 Near US Consulate in PakistanPakistani Taliban claims responsibility for a blast that killed 10 people and injured 31 others near US Consulate in Peshawar on Friday.
Terrorist Linked to Daniel Pearl Murder DetainedPakistan arrests former leader of a banned terrorist outfit who was allegedly involved in the 2002 murder of US journalist Daniel Pearl.
Miami Imam Convicted in Aiding Pakistani TalibanThe imam of a mosque in Miami was found guilty on Monday of funneling thousands of dollars to the Pakistani Taliban.
'Empty' Worries Over Southeast Asian Nuclear WarResidents of Kashmir have been warned to prepare for a possible nuclear war, but a local official dismissed the advisory as "routine."
Rally Calls 'Massacre of Muslims' a 'Zionist Plot'The "B'nai Brith Canada" organization filed a complaint to police about a protest which blamed sectarian violence in Pakistan on Israel
Pakistan Claims it Tested Nuclear Capable MissilePakistan on Wednesday said it has successfully test-fired a medium-range ballistic missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
Human Rights Violators to Join UN Rights CouncilHuman rights groups warn that many countries up for seats on UN Human Rights Council are unfit under UN membership criteria.
Obama Victory Good News for Pakistani Flag SellersFor those selling U.S. flags to burn at protests in Pakistan, Obama's victory may provide encouraging news.
US Targets Suicide Operations Chief of 'Sopranos'The Obama administration announced that it placed sanctions on Qari Zakir, the chief of suicide operations for Pakistan's Haqqani Network.
Ex Neo-Nazi: Joining Taliban a 'Terrible Mistake'A former neo-Nazi who joined Taliban and attacked an American base near Afghan-Pakistan border said in court he “made a terrible mistake”.
Suspects Arrested in Shooting of Malala YousufzaiThe main suspect in the shooting of Malala Yousufzai, the teenage activist who spoke out against the Taliban, has been arrested.
Taliban Threatens Second SchoolgirlAfter shooting 14-year-old Malala Yousefzai, Taliban terrorists go on to threaten schoolgirl Hina Khan.
Toulouse Terrorist's Al Qaeda Mentor KilledAn Al Qaeda recruiter who allegedly mentored Toulouse terrorist Mohammed Merah was killed in Pakistan, the SITE jihadist monitor reports.
'Concert Against Hate' Remembers Acts of CourageThousands gathered at the Kennedy Center for an evening of music and testimonials about acts of courage in confronting extremism.
14-Year-Old Victim's Bullet Surgery 'Successful'The Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for shooting a 14-year-old activist, known for speaking out against the Taliban.
Pakistan Disowns Bounty on Anti-Islam FilmmakerPakistani government distanced itself from government minister who offered a cash reward to anyone who kills the maker of anti-Islam film.
Pakistan Thanks US for Denouncing Anti-Islam FilmPakistan's foreign minister on Friday thanked Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for criticizing the anti-Islam film.
Pakistani Minister Places Bounty on Maker of FilmPakistan's Railways Minister places a $100,000 bounty on the head of the maker of an anti-Islam film that has sparked violence.
Pakistan: 15 Dead in Protests Over Film, CartoonsAt least 15 people dead in Pakistan as fresh protests erupt across the Muslim world against film and cartoons mocking Islam.
1 Killed in Pakistani Protests over Mohammed VideoWestern missions went on high alert across the Islamic world fearing further escalation.
Pakistani Man Killed by Burning US FlagA Pakistani man has died of injuries sustained during a violent protest while burning a United States flag.
Al-Qaeda Releases Another Video of U.S. HostageIn the second video in two days, Warren Weinstein asks his wife to contact American Jewish communities to secure his release.
Mullah 'Framed' Christian Girl in Blasphemy CasePakistani police arrested an imam on suspicion of framing a young Christian girl, who faces a death sentence for allegedly burning Koran.
Video:Suicide Bomber Rams US Consulate in PakistanA suicide bomber rammed his vehicles not the U.S. Consulate in Pakistan, killing two non-Americans and himself.
Terrorists Plotted to Attack Indian Nuke PlantsThe Indian government has arrested more than a dozen terrorists in a sting operation from groups planning attacks on nuclear facilities.
Death Penalty Upheld for Mumbai TerroristIndia's Supreme Court upheld the death sentence for the sole surviving terrorist who killed 166 people in Mumbai in 2008, including 6 Jews.
Al Qaeda Jewish Kidnap Victim Alive in Lahore?It's been one year since a Jewish American contractor was kidnapped by Al Qaeda terrorists in Lahore, Pakistan. Where is Warren Weinstein?
US-Pakistan Relations Still Going DownhillUS relations with Pakistan continue to deteriorate as US negotiation team calls it quits.
Panetta Defends Drone Strikes in PakistanUS Secretary of Defense says drone strikes in Pakistan won't be halted despite Islamabad's protests
U.S. Confirms Death of Al Qaeda's No. 2White House confirms the death of Al-Qaeda's second-in-command, Abu Yahya al-Libi.
US May Have Killed Al Qaeda No. 2 TerroristA U.S. drone strike in Pakistan targeted Al Qaeda’s top strategist. Eight terrorists were killed. He may have been one of them.
Pakistan Restores Twitter After Blocking SitePakistan restored access to Twitter after blocking the site over posts involving caricatures of the prophet Muhammad.
Jew, Kidnapped by Al Qaeda, Pleads for His LifeElderly American Jew Kidnapped by Al Qaeda, begs Obama for his life.
Saudi Arabia Grants Osama bin-Laden Family EntrySaudi Arabia has decided to allow the infamous terrorist’s family into the kingdom on humanitarian grounds.
'Obama Was Not In Charge of Bin Laden Raid'The memo, written by Leon Panetta noted that, "the timing, operational decision making and control are in Admiral McRaven's hands."
Bin Laden Planned Attacks Inside PakistanAs the United States attempts to reset its tattered relations with Pakistan, the CIA decided to share a horde of Bin Laden's secrets
Bin Laden's Family Deported to Saudi ArabiaNearly a year after Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed in, the members of his family were deported from Pakistan to Saudi Arabia.
Indian Missile Launch Shows Shrinking Weapons GapIndia's long range solid fueled missile was 80% made in India.
Pakistan to Deport Bin Laden WidowsA court in Pakistan has sentenced Bin Laden's widows to six weeks jail time, a fine, and subsequent deportation to their countries of origin
Pakistan Taliban Threatens NATO Re-Supply LinesThe Pakistani Taliban has threatened to attack the country's lawmakers if they allow police to reopen NATO supply routes to Afghanistan.
Pakistan Indicts Bin Laden's WivesAlmost a year after US forces killed al-Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden, Islamabad has decided to charge his wives for immigration violations.
Al Qeada and Taliban Named in Bhutto HitOfficials in Pakistan say Al Qaeda planned the assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, which was carried out by the Taliban.
Bin Laden Told Children ‘Move to West in Peace’Bin Laden rejected “like father, like son” view and told his children to move to the West and live in peace, his brother-in-law said.
As Pakistan Courts Iran, US Extends Olive BranchThe scheduled tripartite meeting between Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran highlights the decline in US prestige.
US Forces Assassinate Al Qaeda Chief in PakistanUS forces have assassinated an Al Qaeda terrorist chief in a targeted air strike in Pakistan.
Pakistan to Re-Open Border for NATOSix weeks after closing its border with Afghanistan to NATO in protest of a friendly-fire incident, Pakistan will re-open it – for a price.
Reports Indicate US Killed Pakistani Taliban HeadA US drone killed the leader of Taliban in Pakistan, the country’s intelligence officials said, but the terrorist group denied the report.
Report: Taliban Chief Killed in U.S. StrikePakistani officials say a U.S. drone strike killed Taliban chief, but the group denies this.
Israel Fighting Iran Through a False Flag?Mossad agents posed as CIA operatives to recruit Jundallah terrorists as assassins of key Iranians, according to Foreign Policy magazine.
Honor Killings Underscore Muslim Women's PlightAt least 675 women in Pakistan have been murdered by husbands or relatives in 'honor killings' as authorities do nothing.