Will Pakistan change course against militants?

Dec 19, 2014

Will Pakistan change course against militants?

Many wonder if the attack that killed 148 people at a Pakistani school will be a watershed in the country’s long, conflicted history with Islamic militancy. But Pakistan has had many potential turning points in the war on terrorism that at the time were ...

U.S. hands over senior Taliban commander to Pakistan

Dec 8, 2014

U.S. hands over senior Taliban commander to Pakistan

The U.S. military in Afghanistan has handed over three Pakistani detainees to Islamabad, including one who Pakistani intelligence officers said is a senior Taliban commander long wanted by the Pakistani government. The transfer of Latif Mehsud, a close confidante of the former head of ...

Dec 4, 2014

Army kills six rebels near Indian Kashmir border

The army has killed six rebels in Indian Kashmir during a two-day gun battle that was believed to be an attempt by militants to disrupt elections in the region, a spokesman said Wednesday. An Indian soldier was also killed in the fighting, which started ...

Nov 28, 2014

South Asia rivals seal power pact, but summit falls short

South Asian leaders signed an agreement to improve cross-border energy trade in the power-starved region, as a summit overshadowed by India and Pakistan’s rivalry ended with little progress toward regional integration. The prime minister of host country Nepal said Thursday the achievements of the ...