Thousands of Islamists are traveling from Lahore to Islamabad in Pakistan for a planned march to protest the reopening of NATO supply routes.
CNN's Reza Sayah reports darkness and rain are hampering recovery efforts of the Bhoja Air Boeing 737 that crashed.
A commercial airplane carrying 127 people crashed Friday in Islamabad just before it was to land at a nearby airport, according to Pakistan's Civil Aviation Authority, which cited poor weather as a possible factor.
First images from GEO TV of the plane crash site and debris near Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
Pakistan's foreign minister says an apology by the U.S. government for the NATO airstrike that killed 24 Pakistani soldiers would not satisfy the Pakistani government, and the attack demanded a reassessment of Islamabad's partnership with the United States.
A Swiss couple -- kidnapped in July while traveling in Pakistan's volatile southwestern Balochistan province -- are free, Pakistani military and Taliban officials said Thursday.
A powerful bomb exploded in a marketplace in Peshawar on Monday night, killing at least six people, wounding at least 31 and destroying about 30 shops, police and hospital officials said.
Around 75 people joined in an "Occupy Islamabad" rally Wednesday in the Pakistani capital, inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement that began in New York and has spread internationally.
An explosion at a hotel in Islamabad, Pakistan, is believed to be the result of a gas leak, Police Chief Bin Yamin said Thursday.
Pakistan has restricted travel for U.S. diplomats in the country, the State Department said Monday.
One thing is certain: Missiles are regularly fired from the sky above Pakistan's tribal areas, sometimes killing what the United States and Pakistan describe as terrorists, sometimes hitting innocent civilians by mistake.
Recovery crews ended the search for bodies in the hills north of Islamabad Thursday where a passenger plane crashed a day earlier killing all 152 aboard, a government officials told CNN.
An investigation is under way following a plane crash in low lying hills north of Islamabad. CNN's Reza Sayah reports.
Every time the automatic doors at the outpatient ward of Islamabad's main hospital slid open, they revealed a thick white mist lingering inside.
A passenger plane with more than 150 people on board crashes outside Islamabad, Pakistan. CNN's Reza Sayah reports.
No one survived the crash of a Pakistani passenger plane that went down in the outskirts of the capital Islamabad Wednesday morning with 152 people on board, officials said.
Trucks carrying oil and other supplies bound for NATO troops in Afghanistan came under fire Tuesday on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan, leaving five people dead and five others wounded, Islamabad police said.
In Pakistan, trucks are left burning after gunmen attacked a convoy carrying supplies to NATO forces in Afghanistan.
Assistant Sub Inspector Anwar Ali starts his day with a prayer. He needs all the help he can get.
Pakistani police are under siege. CNN's Ivan Watson profiles a cop still on duty, after barely surviving a suicide bomb.
CNN's Ivan Watson walks through a hospital in Rawalpindi treating victims of a bombing outside of a bank.
A suicide bomber killed at least 35 people Monday by detonating explosives outside a bank where people had lined up to pick up their monthly checks, police said.
Gunmen opened fire on a military vehicle in Islamabad on Thursday, killing an army brigadier and a soldier, officials said.
Explosions rip through university campus in Islamabad. CNN's Reza Sayah reports.
Pakistani authorities have closed all educational institutions across the county until at least the end of the week, following twin suicide bombings at an Islamic university Tuesday.
Back-to-back suicide bombings killed at least five people at a university here Tuesday and wounded nearly two dozen, authorities said.
A suicide bomber killed five people at the offices of the World Food Program in Islamabad, Pakistan. Reza Sayah reports.
A suicide attack at the offices of the World Food Program in Islamabad killed five employees and wounded several others Monday, an agency official said.
Pakistani authorities have launched a massive crackdown on terror groups that they say were planning numerous suicide attacks, including in the country's largest city of Karachi.
They are not war refugees, not displaced by violence; rather they believe they're here because they are Christian.
After recent attacks, fear is rising within the Christian community. CNN's Cal Perry reports.
One of the three suspects detained Friday in Islamabad has been identified as Fida Ullah, a terrorist who recruited suicide bombers here, police said in a news release.
An iReporter gives us an inside look at a Swat Valley tent city in Pakistan where some Pakistanis are seeking refuge.
Taliban militants who implemented Islamic law in Pakistan's violence-plagued Swat Valley last week have now taken control of a neighboring district.
Seven people are dead after a suicide attacker blew himself up at a security check post Saturday evening, a police spokesman said.
An apparent suicide bomber has struck in Islamabad, Pakistan, near the gate of a police station. (No audio)
A police officer was killed Monday in a suicide bombing at the gate of a police station in Islamabad, authorities said.
Hina Khan used to take her life in her hands every morning just to get to school.
Islamabad has not given the U.S. permission to strike suspected al Qaeda targets in Pakistan with unmanned aircraft, a Pakistan Foreign Ministry spokesman said Wednesday.
Unemployment and poverty is driving Afghans to crime and the Taliban, as CNN's Atia Abawi reports.
Supporters of a banned Pakistani charity being tied to last month's Mumbai attacks staged demonstrations in the federal capital of Islamabad and other cities on Friday protesting the shutting of the group.
Pakistani authorities have arrested four men in connection with the suicide truck bombing of a Marriott Hotel last month in Islamabad that killed more than 50 people, officials said Friday.
In Islamabad, a suicide car bomber detonated himself outside a police barracks. CNN's Reza Sayah reports from the scene.
A Pakistani suicide bomber convinced security-gate guards at Islamabad police headquarters that he was delivering candy before detonating his explosives Thursday, killing himself and injuring 17 others, a police official told CNN.
A car bomb targeting police headquarters in Islamabad injures at least four people. CNN's Reza Sayah reports.
A man convinced security guards Thursday that he was delivering a box of sweets to Islamabad police headquarters before setting off a suicide blast, a police official told CNN.
Once allergic to being tied to Washington's war on terror, the country's targeted political class is beginning to see it as their own struggle
Bombings killed 10 people and wounded at least four in Pakistan, including an attack in a police complex in the capital
What would the death of the top Taliban leader in Pakistan mean for its fight against militancy? CNN's Reza Sayah reports.
With security heightened after the Sept. 20 bombing, the city resembles the Iraqi capital of 2003
Police tightened security at airports across Pakistan Thursday after receiving reports of a possible suicide attack at the international airport that serves Islamabad.
Pakistan's top leaders were to dine at the Marriott devastated by a truck bombing over the weekend, but changed the venue at the last minute, a senior official said Monday. A hotel official, however, denied there were any plans for a government dinner.
More than 1,300 pounds of explosives were packed into a construction truck that detonated outside an Islamabad hotel, killing 57 people, including two Americans and a diplomat, officials said Sunday.
A massive suicde truck bomb explodes in front of the Islamabad Marriott, killing dozens. Reza Sayah reports.
A suicide truck bombing destroyed the packed Marriott Hotel in the city of Islamabad, Pakistan, on Saturday night.
Wary of allowing U.S. operations on his soil, President Zardari seeks a national consensus on fighting terrorism
A huge explosion ripped through part of the heavily guarded Marriott Hotel in Pakistan's capital Saturday, killing at least 11
The death toll from Sunday's suicide bomb attack at a rally in Islamabad has risen to 17 after a police constable succumbed to his injuries, officials said.
An suicide bomber struck near a rally and police station in Pakistan's capital Sunday.
Witnesses to a blast targeting the Danish Embassy in Islamabad describe what they saw.
Police near Pakistan's capital seized three explosives-filled vehicles and detained a half-dozen people overnight Thursday.
After the June 2 suicide bombing outside the Danish embassy in Islamabad, Danes are asking what price their country can afford to pay for its increasingly entrenched reputation as a forthright critic of Islam
A bomb at the Danish Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan, killed three people and injured seven.
Al Qaeda or one of its affiliates was probably behind an explosion outside the Danish embassy in Pakistan, Denmark's intelligence service said Tuesday.
A massive blast targeting the Danish Embassy in Pakistan Monday killed at least six people and wounded as many as 18, authorities said.
The bombing of the Danish embassy may have been spurred by old anger against the cartoons. Or it could be a sign that Islamabad's attempts to make peace are breaking down
CNN's Reza Sayah reports on a blast that rocked an Islamabad hot spot frequented by foreigners and diplomats.
Musharraf's league may have been hit big, but Pakistan's once powerful fundamentalist political parties are reeling too
On Scene: Media outnumber supporters at the opposition leader's home as she protests Musharraf's emergency decree
Baton-wielding police fought with lawyers outside courthouses in Islamabad and Lahore again Tuesday, arresting dozens more as they enforced Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf's crackdown on judicial activism.
Fifteen soldiers from a Pakistani army unit died in a bombing at their mess hall Thursday, a Pakistani intelligence source said.
July 21, 2007: The newspaper headlines here have been preoccupied with the aftershocks of the Lal Masjid siege crisis in Islamabad, including a series of lethal suicide attacks. Yet a largely forgotten emergency continues to unfold almost a month after Cyclone Yemyin roared its way into northern Baluchistan, dumping untold quantities of water onto its parched interior and causing mass devastation on a scale unseen since the 1935 Quetta earthquake.
Deadly blast in Islamabad
Pakistan mosque standoff
Pakistani forces fired at a fuel tank inside a controversial mosque early Saturday, causing an explosion heard across the capital, intelligence sources said.
Two students at the Red Mosque in Islamabad who tried to surrender Friday were shot dead by radical Islamic students, intelligence sources in Pakistan said.
Pakistani mosque standoff
Police seized munitions on Friday at a house near Islamabad's airport after receiving reports of rooftop gunfire around the same time President Pervez Musharraf's plane was taking off, authorities told CNN.
More than 100 radical Islamic students holed up at an Islamabad mosque compound surrendered Wednesday morning, winding down an intense standoff between militants and government forces, a government source told CNN.
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf summoned his top officials to discuss a gunbattle Tuesday at an Islamabad mosque between government forces and radical Islamic students that left at least 12 dead, according to an interior ministry official.
Students from a radical mosque released nine hostages Saturday after seizing them hours earlier from an Islamabad acupuncture clinic they raided, the deputy administrator of the mosque said.
A suicide bomber detonated his explosives in a parking area outside Islamabad's airport Tuesday after he was stopped by security as he tried to enter the airport, police sources told CNN.
A suicide bomber killed a security guard and himself in an attack outside the Marriott Hotel in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad on Friday, Interior Minister Aftab Ahmed Khan Sherpao said.
Iran's foreign minister has called for an end to violent protests over cartoons of Prophet Mohammed that have swept across the Muslim world after the images were published in several European newspapers.
Police arrested some 400 people including 10 lawmakers and used tear gas to disperse several hundred demonstrators in an attempt to prevent protests in Islamabad against cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, witnesses and police said.
Torrential rains caused authorities to temporarily ground relief flights Sunday following the crash of a Pakistani army helicopter that killed six people.
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A day after a 7.6-magnitude earthquake killed about 22,000 people in northern Pakistan and India, government officials pleaded Sunday for international assistance to help dig survivors from the rubble, take them to hospitals and begin repairing the country's shattered infrastructure.
Rescue workers pulled survivors from rubble and uncovered bodies from debris as darkness fell in Islamabad and elsewhere, a day after a 7.6-magnitude earthquake caused devastation across South Asia.
People in south and central Asia were jolted out of their beds early Saturday by a major earthquake that rocked at least three countries.
The Pakistan earthquake toll has reached 18,000 dead and more than 41,000 injured, Maj. Gen. Shaukat Sultan, a spokesman for Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, said Sunday.
A bomb blast at a Muslim shrine in Pakistan's capital Islamabad has killed at least 17 people and wounded many others, according to police.
Baton-wielding police attacked journalists Tuesday in several Pakistan cities as they tried to celebrate World Press Freedom Day, and arrested 37 of them during a rally outside parliament in Islamabad.
An explosion that tore through the lobby of the Marriott Hotel in Islamabad, injuring at least six people, was caused by a short circuit, Islamabad's chief of police told CNN.
Cracked roads and mudslides are hampering the arrival of aid for people in areas of northern Pakistan struck by two earthquakes.
Two planes carrying Pakistani lawmakers Saturday were diverted from Islamabad, preventing the parliamentarians from attending an address by Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf.