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Irregularities Found at Pakistan’s Top Bank After U.S. Sanction
A Middle East operation of Pakistan’s largest bank displayed “significant irregularities” in dealings with politically exposed clients and screening some transactions, according to an inspection by ...

Iran’s November Gas Price Hike Fails to Ease Fuel Smuggling to Pakistan
Iran’s Islamist rulers, who sparked deadly domestic unrest by raising gas prices in November, say their controversial move also has failed to ease fuel smuggling into neighboring countries such as ...

We’re peacefully demanding change in Pakistan. The military says we’re ‘traitors.’
At 35 million, we are the largest single ethnic group in the country. Throughout our campaign for change we have observed strict principles of nonviolence, and we have worked to keep our actions ...

In 'mini Kabul', Afghan refugees mark 40 years in Pakistan
Afghan boys sell fresh fruit on carts, signs are written in Dari or Pashto, and restaurants in the bustling bazaar sell Afghan dishes such as Kabuli pulao. But this "mini Kabul" is in Pakistan, which ...

South Africa delay Pakistan Twenty20 tour over 'player workload'
South Africa have delayed their planned tour of Pakistan, scheduled for late March, citing "player workload". The Proteas were due to visit for three Twenty20 internationals, which were likely to take ...

Pakistan's government approves new social media rules, opponents cry foul
Pakistan’s government has approved new rules for regulating cyber space which opponents say could be used to stifle dissent and free speech. Under regulations that were approved by the cabinet late ...

Family pleads to get son from Pakistan orphanage to Wales
Parents of a child stuck in an orphanage in Pakistan have said they weep every night after having to leave him behind while they came to the UK. Amin Rasheed and wife Anila Amin had to leave Ashar, ...

'Please evacuate us': 800 Pakistan students plead for help to escape Wuhan
The group has been confined to a hostel for three weeks and want their government to help them fly back home ...

Pakistan jails Islamist accused of Mumbai attacks for terrorism financing
Pakistani Islamist Hafiz Saeed, accused by India and the United States of masterminding 2008 attacks in Mumbai, was jailed for 11 years on Wednesday on terrorism financing charges, a Pakistani ...

Pakistan government's new social media rules draw criticism
Pakistan's government has approved new rules for regulating cyberspace which opponents say could be used to stifle dissent and free speech. Under regulations that were approved by the cabinet late ...

Hafiz Saeed: Will Pakistan's 'terror cleric' stay in jail?
An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan has sentenced hardline Islamist cleric Hafiz Mohammad Saeed to 11 years in jail for financing terrorist operations. The man accused of masterminding the 2008 Mumbai ...

Pakistan Approves Broad New Restrictions Over Social Media
Sweeping new regulations would restrict social media and dramatically change the way companies such as Facebook and Twitter operate in the country.