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22 Jun
Israr Ahmed Khan from Pakistan-administered Kashmir told DW about the terrible risks and hardships he faced while attempting to reach Europe with the help of human-trafficking agents.
9 Mar
Women joyfully rallied in Pakistan's major cities as they marked the International Women's day, defying religious hard-liners.
10 Nov 2020
Female members of Pakistani conservative religious party Jamaat-e-Islami held an anti-France protest on Tuesday, amid a wave of demonstrations in Muslim countries over French President Emmanuel Macron's defence of the right to publish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed.
24 Nov 2019
As Islamabad is becoming increasingly wary of an escalating conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has set out on a mission to defuse tension between the Middle Eastern rivals.
31 Oct 2019
At least 65 people were killed and 26 injured on Thursday due to a massive explosion of a gas cylinder - being used by passengers to cook breakfast – on board a train in southern Pakistan.
3 Feb 2019
The lawyer of the Pakistani Christian accused of blasphemy said Bibi and her husband had arrived in Canada. He did not disclose the exact time of her departure and how she had left Pakistan, citing security reasons.
11 Jan 2018
France 24's Pakistani correspondent Taha Siddiqui is beaten by a gang of armed men in what's seen as an attempt to intimidate critics of the military establishment.
19 Oct 2017
In a bid to sweeten ties, Indian and Pakistani border troops give each other treats for the Hindu festival of lights.
19 Oct 2017
A Pakistani journalist who prefers to remain anonymous out of fear for his life tells the story of how he had to flee his home to escape death threats from the Taliban.
15 Aug 2017
As India marks its 70th anniversary of independence, Indian and Pakistani papers do some soul-searching about the violent legacy of partition.
13 Aug 2017
A bomb explodes near a crowded market in the Pakistani city of Quetta, killing at least 15 people, officials say, the latest attack to hit the restive southwestern province of Baluchistan.

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