The child's body was found in a field a day after he went missing
They came to these shores to flee civil war, to escape censorship, to launch a fashion label, to advance scientific research… but while these immigrants to the UK are as diverse as their stories, one thing they share is that each will be making a big impact in 2016
Four gunmen and two guards killed near Pakistan border a week after the surprise visit of Narendra Modi, to Nawaz Sharif
The New York Times’ Pakistan correspondent tweeted a copy of the paper without the article and one with it
The visit is the first by an Indian premier since 2004
"When you have education in its totality, it enables our students to see what should be obvious: we are all one”
Pakistan has refrained from joining in others' military exploits, instead reaffirming its position of non-involvement in Middle Eastern conflicts
Colleen LaRose, who used the online name Jihad Jane, was convicted in 2011 of agreeing to kill Swedish artist Lars Vilks
A former CIA analyst revealed the information in an obituary for Sandy Berger, a former national security advisor to President Clinton
Pakistan executed four men on Wednesday for involvement in the massacre of 134 children at an army-run school in the northwestern city of Peshawar last year, media and security sources said.
Isis claims the training camp was in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region, where they are hoping to set up splinter cells
'The government should be commended for recognising that to go ahead with it would have been needlessly cruel'
Last year Saudi Arabia was behind only China and Iran in the number of death penalties it carried out - but it has since been eclipsed by Pakistan in extraordinary fashion
Officials say nearly 100 people were working in the factory when the roof caved in
As many as 1,000 women have been murdered in honour killings in the past year, women's campaigners and charities claim
New York Times reporter Charlie Savage is revealing the machinations in a new book