Published March 12, 2013
In Pakistan, the mere accusation of blasphemy is enough to spur angry mobs to violence, and human rights advocates say the victims are usually Christians.
Published March 09, 2013
Pakistan says it is determined to build a gas pipeline with Iran despite the threat of U.S. sanctions for the move -- with a top Pakistani official suggesting the uncertainty in U.S.-Iran relations is a deciding factor.
Published February 07, 2013
Relatives of the hero doctor who helped the U.S. pinpoint Usama bin Laden are so fearful of retribution and devoid of hope that they have asked his doctor to stop trying to get him freed from prison.
Published December 22, 2012
At least nine health care workers in Pakistan have been murdered this week by militants who oppose the country’s polio vaccination program, which has now been suspended in the areas of the attacks.