Khalid Sheikh Mohammed blamed American foreign policy and civilian deaths for attacks.
A Pakistani official said that the fear of U.S. action against Pakistan was a factor in the decision to detain Islamist leader Hafiz Saeed.
The ban will be used to capriciously target individuals for political reasons.
Rights groups say the Obama administration has downplayed the number of civilian casualties.
Zeenat Rafiq was killed as punishment for marrying without her family's consent.
An unexplained shortage of the injectable version of the vaccine slows attempts to kill polio in Afghanistan, Nigeria and Pakistan.
Bollywood director tells Newsweek why he hopes to reach a more global audience.
Women make up just over a fifth of Pakistan's workforce.
The fire broke out at the four-star Regent Plaza Hotel on Monday morning.
The president-elect was full of praise for Sharif and offered his "personal help" for unspecified problems.
Army boss Raheel Sharif is stepping down for Qamar Javed Bajwa in a rare peaceful transition.
Had we seen each other in the war, we would have tried to kill each other.
Hundreds of people were inside the Shah Noorani shrine when it was attacked.
Her arrest for having false ID draws attention to the millions of Afghan refugees living precariously across the border.
Saudi Arabia promised "swift and immediate" action. Nothing happened.
Officials blamed a Pakistani Taliban faction for the attack, but ISIS has claimed responsibility.
The "outrageous" verdict has cleared the way for the execution of a mentally-ill man.
Officials said the vehicles collided at about 6 a.m. local time.
Tensions have been high since a September attack on an army base in Kashmir killed 19 Indian soldiers.
18 Indian soldiers dead in September 18 attack on army camp in Kashmir, which New Delhi blames on Pakistan.