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A suicide bomber struck a crowded mosque inside a police compound in Pakistan on Monday, causing the roof to collapse and killing at least 59 people and wounding more than 150 others, officials said.
By Riaz Khan, Associated Press
Pakistan is struggling to recover from last year’s cataclysmic flooding that killed more than 1,700. It was the latest in a string of weather-related disasters the country has faced over the past two decades, prompting calls to make hard-hit communities…
By Fred de Sam Lazaro, Sarah Clune Hartman
Millions in Pakistan remain displaced from last summer’s devastating floods, which left one-third of the country underwater. On Monday, the U.N. and Pakistan will host a conference in Geneva with the goal of raising more funds to help survivors. Fred…
By Fred de Sam Lazaro, Sarah Clune Hartman, Kaisha Young, John Yang
Four months after a third of the country was underwater, Pakistan is still struggling to recover. The disaster affected more than 30 million people and is seen as a warning for other climate-vulnerable countries. As Fred de Sam Lazaro reports,…
Months after historic flooding that killed more than 1,700 people, Pakistan is still struggling to recover. The UN is warning it might suspend its food support program for flood victims because it is running out of money. Fred de Sam…
By Amna Nawaz
It has been a year of political tumult and natural disasters in Pakistan. And to the west, there is another humanitarian crisis in neighboring Afghanistan more than a year after the Taliban conquest there. Pakistan's foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari…
By Munir Ahmed, Associated Press
The Pakistani Taliban on Monday say they have ended a monthslong cease-fire with the government in Islamabad, ordering its fighters to resume attacks across the country, where scores of deadly attacks have been blamed on the insurgent group.
By Amna Nawaz, Dan Sagalyn, Zeba Warsi
Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan was ousted in April after three and a half years in office. Since then, he's survived an assassination attempt and drawn massive crowds to rallies where he demands early elections, calls out corruption and…
By Kelvin Chan, Munir Ahmed, Associated Press
Pakistan's Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari on Wednesday sought compensation for the unprecedented destruction that was caused in the country in summer when climate-induced flooding killed 1,739 people and affected 33 million and displacing hundreds of thousands.
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