At least 10 policemen killed and eight others injured in attack on police headquarters.
At least five people killed in suspected suicide bombing outside Police Lines.
Officials in Balochistan claim Usman Saifullah Kurd opened fire on security forces when they tried to apprehend him.
Over 200 activists from the hardline Sunni organization protested in Islamabad over the killing.
Prisoners released ahead of World Cup match between neighboring nations.
There are still 40 people being treated for injuries at various hospitals in the city.
U.S. military plays down capture of Al-Baghdadi, saying the enemy is still in a ‘defensive’ posture.
Mayor claims plans were rejected after residents expressed ‘fear’ about Islam.
U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has warned that Yemen is falling apart following Houthi coup.
Residents of various Turkish cities boycotted schools to protest ‘creeping Islamization’ in school system.
Local police say they have also been informed of counter-protests on the same day.
Pakistan is due to face India in its first World Cup match on Feb. 15.
At least 19 people killed, over 50 others injured in suicide attack.
Mohammad Riaz and Mohammad Fayyaz were convicted of killing the son of the then-advocate general of Kashmir in 2004.
Families demand the killings be treated as a hate crime and not a ‘parking dispute.’
Turkish leader says it is the responsibility of politicians to show their positions on all incidents.
U.S. president discusses his trip to India, regional issues during 30-minute call.
Gen. John Campbell says Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has requested ‘flexibility’ in the timeline.
The kingdom has executed 29 Saudis and foreigners so far this year.
Social media condemns ‘double standard’ of mainstream media when covering Muslim killings.