Khan, 70, was leading a protest march in Islamabad to demand snap elections.
Researchers have found huge swathes of infrastructure across the 970,000 square mile area will be at risk by 2050.
"Pakistan and India are nuclear weapons states and the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is very, very turbulent," Ambassador Masood Khan told Newsweek.
Primetime TV anchor Arshad Sharif, 49, an outspoken critic of Pakistan's establishment, was reportedly killed by Kenyan police in a case of "mistaken identity."
Pakistani top diplomat Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said "this is not an issue for the West," but "for the Islamic world and Muslim women across the Islamic world."
"The Noorzai deal was a long time coming," retired Special Forces officer Jason Amerine, who led efforts to free detained soldier Bowe Bergdahl, told Newsweek.
Breaching of Lake Manchar, Pakistan's biggest lake, has affected around 135,000 people as officials desperately tackle catastrophic flooding.
Climate change caused by human actions will increase the frequency of weird and chaotic weather events, scientists say.
"Today it is Pakistan, tomorrow it could be another country," Pakistan's permanent representative to the United Nations, Munir Akram, told Newsweek.
Since June, severe flooding has wreaked havoc across Pakistan, causing an increase in snake bites and an inability for victims to receive medical treatment.
A third of Pakistan is underwater and 33 million people are affected, the country's climate change minister Sherry Rehman said.
In a Newsweek interview one year after the Taliban's Afghan takeover, Pakistani Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif calls for greater international cooperation.
Scientists have predicted that the soot ejected into the atmosphere during a nuclear war could cause worldwide famines due to reduced crop growth.
"There's this continuing spell of inattention, which makes Kashmir a blind spot for the international community," Pakistani Ambassador Masood Khan said.
Following the 2011 death of bin Laden, al-Zawahiri hid in the remote regions of Pakistan while carrying out the work of the Al-Qaeda terrorist network.
The earthquake's tremors were felt over a radius of 500 km by 119 million people across Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, according to the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre.
Cops in Pakistan have arrested six men over the torture and fatal shooting of two sisters with Spanish residency in a suspected double "honor killing."
"My message to the United States would be that Pakistan is ready to engage with the United States," Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said.
The forest that was set on fire is home to 218 bird species, and right now, it is their breeding season.
Pakistani Billionaire Mohammad Zahoor has repeatedly shown his support for Ukraine's fight against Russia, according to reports.
Photo appears to show the pop star in a warm embrace with the now-deceased terrorist.
The cases, both in Pakistan, were caused by the amoeba Naegleria fowleri, which often causes fatal illness.
Shari Baloch became the first female suicide bomber of the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) when she blew herself up and killed four others in Karachi, Pakistan.
The Balochistan Liberation Army claimed a deadly attack against Chinese citizens in Pakistan, the latest sign of growing instability in Afghanistan affecting neighbors.
The South Korean multiplayer battle video game PUBG, which is short for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, was also banned.
Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan blamed the opposition's attempts to oust him as being part of a "foreign conspiracy."
A Pakistan official told Newsweek that the no-confidence vote to remove Prime Minister Imran Khan was "a parliamentary process as per the constitution."
Iran's embassy in Kabul "condemns the use of terrorist methods that threaten the security of the Afghan people" at a time when major powers are still grappling with the country's crisis.
Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan prompted fury after he avoided an attempt to oust him from office and sought fresh elections.