Call it the North Korean effect, as the fear of free speech advocates (See: Everyone) who slammed Sony for initially pulling The Interview appears to be coming to fruition. And right on cue, Pakistani officials are now furious over Showtime's depiction of Islamabad in the Claire Daines hit, Homeland.
Just two months ago, e-commerce company Markhor, which works with local artisans to produce high-quality men’s leather shoes, became Pakistan’s most successful Kickstarter campaign, raising seven times more than its intended goal, catching the attention of Seth Godin and GOOD Magazine. Show More Summary
The operation in tribal North Waziristan involved airstrikes and ground forces, the Pakistan military says.
"Homeland" writers gave Pakistan and its leaders the same treatment Seth Rogen gave North Korea and Kim Jong-Un -- minus the assassination -- and Pakistani officials are enraged. Showtime's hit series just wrapped it's 4th season... which was all…
As in other Canadian cities, students and community members of Pakistani origin recently gathered outside the Alberta Legislature to hold a candle light vigil. Eschewing socio-political commentary, they wanted to collectively mourn for...Show More Summary
Reuters | — “A judge orders the arrest of a senior Pakistan cleric accused of refusing to condemn the school massacre in Peshawar. Paul Chapman reports.” Reuters: “Arrest call for Pakistan cleric”
A suspected U.S. drone fired missiles at two compounds in Pakistan’s North Waziristan tribal region Friday.
The “facilitator” of the massacre of 132 schoolchildren in Pakistan has been killed in a gun battle in the Khyber tribal areas of Pakistan. A Taliban commander, considered to be a planner or facilitator of the massacre, was killed Thursday...Show More Summary
Portraits of survivors after the Dec. 16 terror attack in Pakistan
Pakistani security forces have killed a Taliban commander who allegedly facilitated the Peshawar school massacre, which left 150 people dead in the country's worst ever terror attack, officials said Friday. Named only as "Saddam", the...Show More Summary
Security forces kill Taliban commander who allegedly facilitated Peshawar school massacre, which left 150 people dead.
A suspected U.S. drone fired missiles at two compounds in northwest Pakistan Friday, killing seven alleged militants, The Associated Press reports. The attacks were in the North Waziristan region, at the compounds of the Punjabi Taliban and of Uzbek militants in the Shawal area. Show More Summary
Vigils remembering those killed when a group of Taliban gunmen stormed an army school in Peshawar, Pakistan, have taken place around the world, from Canada to Tanzania and Sri Lanka.
Attacks are designed to eliminate militants in areas inaccessible to the Pakistani military
Pakistani intelligence officials say US conducted strikes in remote North Waziristan region, killing seven fighters.
Nawaz Sharif, the Pakistani prime minister, said the country will get tough with new counter-terrorism policies after the Dec. 16 attack.
In his annual Christmas Day blessing, the pontiff condemned killing in Iraq, Syria and Pakistan and the "brutal persecution" of religious and ethnic minorities.
More than 160 countries celebrate Christmas around the world. A few countries refer to the holiday as Family Day, including Angola and Uruguay. Some countries—like Jordan and Pakistan—designate December 25th as an official holiday only...Show More Summary
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif announces plan to combat Taliban and other armed groups in wake of Peshawar school attack.