Fear gripped India-administered Kashmir as residents leaving the restive territory spoke of a tense military crackdown and protests breaking out against the shock government move to scrap its autonomous status.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan offers Turkey's steadfast support to Pakistani PM Imran Khan after India scrapped disputed Kashmir's special status renewing tensions in South Asia.
The Hindu nationalist regime in New Delhi reveals its plan to break a 70-year treaty with Kashmir, dismembering a region that has been kept on lockdown.
Critics say presidential order, that came amid uproar in Parliament as well as a huge troop surge and phone and internet suspension in the restive valley, aims to change the disputed region's Muslim-majority demographics.
New Delhi pushes at least 10,000 paramilitary troops – set to rise to 20,000 – to India-administered Kashmir sparking fears India may set aside a constitutional provision, Article 35A, allowing Indians to buy land in the Muslim-majority region.
Pakistan's military says the army men, including a captain, were killed in attacks near the north-western border with Afghanistan and south-western Balochistan province.
Main opposition parties accuse Prime MInister Imran Khan of failing to tackle the ailing economy and silencing his opponents.
One year after the former cricketer took office as prime minister, Pakistanis struggle with rising inflation, slow growth and sluggish reform.
US President Donald Trump told Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan that their Indian counterpart Narendra Modi sought American mediation to resolve the Kashmir dispute.
Asked whether Pakistan would release a jailed doctor whose fake immunisation drive helped the US track and kill bin Laden, Prime Minister Imran Khan says, "this is a very emotive issue, because Shakeel Afridi in Pakistan is considered a spy."
US President Trump claimed he can end the Afganistan war but the country "would be wiped off the face of the earth." He said Pakistani PM Imran Khan could help negotiate a peace deal and offered to mediate on the Kashmir dispute.
Tens of thousands of Pakistanis gathered at Capital One Arena stadium in Washington to attend a speech by Imran Khan ahead of crucial talks between the Pakistani prime minister and US President Donald Trump.
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