Asia

US envoy due in Islamabad as Afghan peace talks falter

Zalmay Khalilzad likely to meet Pakistani officials as Afghan Taliban threaten to quit talks to end the 17-year war.

US envoy due in Islamabad as Afghan peace talks falter

Uighur

'China is after us': Uighurs in Pakistan report intimidation

Members of Uighur Muslim community say Islamabad is not fighting for their rights as it keeps close ties with China.

'China is after us': Uighurs in Pakistan report intimidation

Pakistan

Al Jazeera reporter Asad Hashim wins AFP's Kate Webb Prize

Hashim won the prize for his coverage of the plight of ethnic Pashtuns and blasphemy issues in his native Pakistan.

Al Jazeera reporter Asad Hashim wins AFP's Kate Webb Prize

Kashmir

India security forces open fire at Kashmir funeral, 11 injured

Armed forces shoot at mourners and protesters who tried to attend funeral prayers of two rebels killed in gun battle.

Opinion

The PTM in Pakistan: Another Bangladesh in the making?

A disaster looms in Pakistan, if the demands of the Pashtun population remain unaddressed.

Taha Siddiqui

by Taha Siddiqui

Taha Siddiqui

Sport

Pakistani tennis star Aisam Qureshi: 'I feel racism'

Pakistan's top tennis player talks about Imran Khan, the return of international sports, and facing discrimination.

Pakistani tennis star Aisam Qureshi: Khan will make sports better

Asia

Pakistan PM Khan says he wants to strengthen ties with Turkey

Imran Khan pays his first visit to Turkey since taking office and meets Turkish President Erdogan.

Pakistan

Major Langlands, Pakistan's favourite headteacher, dies at 101

Geoffrey Langlands, a British major who witnessed India's partition, became one of Pakistan's most respected teachers.

Major Langlands, Pakistan's favourite headteacher, dies at 101

Talk to Al Jazeera

Arif Alvi: 'We want peaceful relations with India'

The Pakistani president talks about geopolitical dynamics, internal challenges and a peaceful outlook for the future.

Opinion

2018: A year of media suppression and rights abuses in Pakistan

Over the past year, there was a noticeable increase in attacks on freedom of expression and human rights in Pakistan.

Rabia Mehmood

by Rabia Mehmood

Rabia Mehmood

War & Conflict

Four rebels killed in gun battle in Indian-administered Kashmir

Fighting comes as the region reels from the fiercest clashes in a decade in which over 500 have been killed.

Four rebels killed in gun battle in Indian-administered Kashmir

Pakistan

Pakistan ex-president Zardari faces travel ban

Asif Ali Zardari is among 172 people linked to cases of money laundering, Pakistan's information minister says.

Pakistan ex-president Zardari faces travel ban over corruption

Pakistan

Alleged leader of Chinese consulate attack in Pakistan killed

Aslam Baloch, top Balochistan Liberation Army commander, was blamed for deadly attack on China's consulate in Karachi.

Alleged leader of Chinese consulate attack in Pakistan killed

Pakistan

Pakistan's journalists complain of increasing censorship

Journalists say Pakistan military and intelligence agency pressure media outlets to quash critical coverage.

Pakistan's journalists complain of increasing censorship

Asia

Former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif sentenced to seven years in jail

Sharif was sentenced on one of two corruption charges and acquitted in the other case.