Strike comes days after Pakistan’s prime minister urged an end to drone killings during visit to Washington
The figure is lower than past statements from the government and from independent organizations
Unhelpful local police prompted higher authorities to intervene in the investigation
The prime minister made the comments hours before leaked documents showed a history of the Pakistani government secretly cooperating with the drone strike campaign
No major breakthroughs are expected, but a friendly summit would be an achievement
New reports from Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch challenge the legality of U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan and Yemen
Bad guys chime in on peace prize
She missed out on this year’s Nobel Peace Prize, but Malala Yousafzai has already inspired a generation of Pakistani schoolgirls.
In Karachi, Pakistan’s coastal metropolis, countless residents deal with power cuts — and find creative ways to steal from and work around the country’s deeply flawed electricity grid
This Friday, the Nobel committee announces the 2013 recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. As far as global opinion is concerned, the award is a 16-year-old Pakistani girl’s to lose.
Long before she became a global symbol of …
Like many parts of Pakistan, swaths of the sweltering Pakistani city of Karachi experience regular power outages for up to nine hours a day. The Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre, despite its priority status for receiving power, …
Female education campaigner calls for dialog with Pakistani Taliban
In one week alone, the frontier city has seen nearly 150 killed in three separate bombings, and yet somehow its residents muster the will to carry on