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Pakistan FM Qureshi: US and Taliban must honour their agreement

Shah Mehmood Qureshi on the Afghan conflict and Pakistan's political and economic relationships with its neighbours.

Imran Khan

Millions of Muslim refugees could flee India: Pakistan PM Khan

Imran Khan says millions of Muslims could flee India due to the lockdown in Kashmir and India's new citizenship law.

Millions of Muslim refugees could flee India: Pakistan PM Khan

Refugees

UN chief urges world to share refugee burden more equitably

As most refugees live in poor countries, Guterres calls on international community to do more as he opens global summit.

UN chief urges world to share refugee burden more equitably

Pakistan

'Love and power': The revival of people's politics in Pakistan

Police may have cracked down on student activists but many remain hopeful that their voices are finally being heard.

'Love and power': The revival of people's politics in Pakistan

Asia

Pakistan anti-government protesters call off Islamabad sit-in

Protest leader Rehman tells supporters to launch 'Plan B', threatening to block several main highways across country.

Pakistan anti-government protesters call off Islamabad sit-in

AJ Impact

IMF releasing first tranche of $6bn loan package for Pakistan

With an eased debt burden and inflation that has slightly slowed, Islamabad still wrestles with big economic challenges.

IMF releasing first tranche of $6bn loan package for Pakistan

Asia

Five things to know about Pakistan's anti-government protests

Protesters led by right-wing party have been camping in the capital since Thursday calling for PM Khan to step down.

Five things to know about Pakistan's anti-government protests

Asia

Pakistan opposition rallies as deadline for PM Khan to quit nears

The opposition parties march in Islamabad as their Sunday night deadline for Pakistan prime minister's resignation approaches.

Pakistan

Pakistan protesters demand PM Khan's resignation

Prime minister promises not to step down, as thousands continue anti-government sit-in protest in Islamabad.

Asia

Thousands gather for Pakistan anti-government march in Islamabad

Led by firebrand political leader, protesters rally demanding PM's exit over rising inflation and alleged vote rigging.

Thousands gather for Pakistan anti-government march in Islamabad

Afghanistan

US Afghan peace envoy takes push for peace to Pakistan

During their meeting on Monday, Pakistan PM called on all sides in Afghanistan's protracted war to reduce the violence.

US Afghan peace envoy takes push for peace to Pakistan

AJ Impact

Pakistan avoids terror financing blacklist ... for now

After missing 3 deadlines, Pakistan has until February to improve its counterterror financing operations.

Pakistan avoids terror financing blacklist ... for now

Imran Khan

Pakistan's Imran Khan in Tehran to facilitate Iran-Saudi talks

Leaders of Pakistan and Iran hold talks in Tehran as part of initiative by Islamabad to defuse rising Gulf tensions.

Pakistan's Imran Khan in Tehran to facilitate Iran-Saudi talks

United Nations

5+1 moments to remember from UNGA 2019

We look at some of the most eye-catching meetings and notable speeches at the 74th session of UN General Assembly.

5+1 moments to remember from UNGA 2019

Kashmir

Kashmir: Khan at UN warns of 'bloodbath', Modi silent

At UNGA, Imran Khan accuses India of 'cruelty' in Kashmir while his Indian counterpart doesn't mention ongoing lockdown.

Pakistan PM warns of 'bloodbath' in Kashmir, India's Modi silent