The former army chief and president was sentenced to death Monday in absentia by a 2-1 special court decision.
"Eight million people made to live in a siege, it's a slap on the face of the international community," Pakistani ambassador to the U.S. Asad Majeed Khan told Newsweek.
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China "supports the Pakistani side" and says "the rights and wrongs are clear" in Kashmir, but there's an even wider game of geopolitical competition playing out in Asia.
Japan's Abe Shinzo said "there is something only Japan can do here, given its alliance relationship with the United States and the long-standing amicable ties with Iran," Pakistan's Imran Khan said it's "a complex issue, but we'll try our best."
Pakistani's Azad Kashmir President Masood Khan recently told Newsweek a war with India would "be tantamount to nuclear Armageddon."
The study quantifies just how catastrophic and wide-reaching a nuclear conflict between the two nations would be.
"Any military exchange will not remain limited, it can and we fear it would escalate to the nuclear level, that is tantamount to nuclear armageddon," Azad Kashmir President Masood Khan tells Newsweek.
"Supposing a country seven times smaller than its neighbor is faced with the choice: either you surrender, or you fight for your freedom till death," Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan told the U.N.
Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said India has "threatened the peace and security of the region" through their "unilateral, illegal action" against Kashmir.
Mahatma Gandhi's grandson Rajmohan Gandhi and Pakistani American rock musician Salman Ahmad call for "strategic, realistic and nonviolent noncooperation with the government of India" in Kashmir.
Khan lamented the huge human and economic cost of the War on Terror, noting that Pakistan "took a real battering."
A Pakistani cabinet member tells Newsweek he is "extremely worried about an escalation" from India in response to the situation in Kashmir.
"We are very fearful," Pakistani ambassador to the U.S. Asad Majeed Khan told Newsweek, warning Kashmir is "not just a serious and grave humanitarian crisis, but a danger to peace and security in the region."
"India should be stopped and it's the duty of the United States of America," Azad Kashmir Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider told Newsweek as the United Nations also expressed concern.
India and Pakistan were set to train together as part of Russia's Center-2019 drills, a year after they did so for the first time, in a sign of hope for the rivals whose feud has significantly escalated.
"Afghanistan would be wiped off the face of the earth, it would be gone," Trump said on Monday.
Nearly 40 passengers were offloaded after the female passenger accidentally opened the emergency door, which automatically deployed the exit slide.
Most glaciers around the world are retreating at unprecedented rates, but some are doing the exact opposite.
"Keeping your cat indoors is a great way to keep them healthy from infectious diseases," an author of the study said.
When asked about the Chinese government's abusive treatment of the Muslim Uyghurs in Xinjiang, Imran Khan stumbles.
Pakistan's military also showed four alleged Indian air force missiles with their seeker heads intact, warning Islamabad had "more truth to share" to refute New Delhi's claims.
The airline says staff must use the expression "Jai Hind."
The president said peace was "probably going to be happening" despite reports of continuing exchanges of weapons fire along the disputed Kashmir border.