Pakistan, as Seen Through its Railways
At every major stop on the long line from Peshawar to the turbulent port city of Karachi lie reminders of why the country is a worry to its people, and to the wider world.
Pakistan’s Railroads Sum Up Nation’s Woes
A train journey across Pakistan highlights the woes of its rail system, which are a microcosm of larger troubles: corruption, economic disparity, political unrest and neglected infrastructure.
Gunmen Kill Pakistan Party Official
Police said Zohra Shahid, the vice president of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, was killed by gunmen on a motorcycle outside her home in Karachi in southern Sindh Province.
Mosque Bombings in Pakistan Kill at Least 13
Officials called the explosions in the restive Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province the first major terrorist attack since the general election.
John Kerry to discuss drones when Sharif becomes prime minister
Secretary of State John Kerry is set to visit Pakistan soon after Nawaz Sharif takes over as prime minister and a new Pakistani government is formed.