Residents of Pakistan's Himalayan region turn to science and folklore, with backing from the U.N. They're erecting ice towers, harvesting avalanches and performing an ancient glacier ritual.
Dozens of countries and institutions pledged more than $9 billion to help Pakistan rebuild from last summer's floods. But most of the pledges are for project loans still in the planning stages.
Pakistani authorities are still struggling to overcome the damage caused by massive floods last summer that affected 33 million people and killed 1,739.
A cable car carrying six children and two adults dangled hundreds of feet above the ground in a remote part of Pakistan after it broke. Army commandos rescued them after an hourslong operation.
A Pakistani Christian leader appealed for help on social media, asking authorities to "assure us that our lives are valuable in our own homeland that has just celebrated independence and freedom."
Pakistan's president on Wednesday dissolved the lower house of parliament as the country's top opposition leader is fighting to overturn a corruption conviction.
Ten cars of a Rawalpindi-bound train derailed and some overturned, near the Pakistani town of Nawabshah, trapping many passengers, said a senior railway official.
Pakistani police arrested former Prime Minister Imran Khan at his home in the city of Lahore after a court convicted him in an asset concealment case and handed him down a three-year prison sentence.
Invented in 1907 to beat the effects of extreme heat, Rooh Afza — a ruby-red, plant-based concentrate — is diluted with water, milk or ice and is a summertime favorite in India, Pakistan and beyond.
No one immediately claimed responsibility for Sunday's bombing, which killed dozens and wounded nearly 200 people.
Hundreds of illegal migrants from Pakistan and other nations were aboard, hoping to land lucrative jobs in Europe. We talk to family members, some still awaiting news of the fate of their loved ones.
Pakistan's law and justice minister Azam Nazeer Tarar defends his government's decision to use an anti-terrorism law and military courts to try some civilians who were involved in protests last month.
Political humor in Pakistan has evolved over the years to evade censorship and other restrictions. After ex-Prime Minister Imran Khan's arrest in May, the internet exploded with memes and jokes.
The security forces' action came after authorities demanded that Khan hand over dozens of protesters believed to have been among those who smashed and set fire to army installations last week.
A Pakistani court has granted former Prime Minister Imran Khan bail in multiple cases against him, allowing for his release following his dramatic arrest earlier this week.