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Latest news: Pakistan

Freak Canberra storm ends PM’s XI early

Pakistan's tour match against the Prime Minister's XI is over after overnight rain pounded the Manuka Oval pitch ahead of the fourth and final day.

Nine dead as militants open fire at bus in Pakistan

Militants have opened fire at a bus in northern Pakistan, killing nine people including two soldiers, and injuring more than 20 others, local police say.

Pakistan political rally bomb attack kills 42: police

At least 42 people have been killed and more than 130 injured in a bomb attack at a political rally in Pakistan's northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, police and rescue officials say.

Pakistani recipes: Spice up your winter

Straight from the food memoir of Pakistani storyteller, Sumayya Usmani, here are two recipes to try for curry for the soul, and the perfect chai companion.

Pakistan police serve arrest warrants to ex PM Imran Khan

Pakistani police have served arrest warrants to former prime minister Imran Khan to ensure his appearance in court on charges of misusing his office to sell state gifts, authorities said, after Khan's supporters tried to prevent police entry into his home.

Suspects arrested over Pakistan mosque blast

Police investigating a suicide bombing that killed more than 100 people at a Pakistan mosque say that several people have been arrested, and they can't rule out the possibility that the bomber had internal assistance evading security checks.

Mosque bombing kills at least 59 in Pakistan

Dozens of police officers are thought to have died in a powerful bombing that killed at least 59 people at a crowded mosque in the Pakistani city of Peshawar.

Jemima Khan on love assisted, unaided, and her new film

'What's Love Got to Do with it?' comes to Australian cinemas on Thursday 26 January. CW caught up with writer Jemima Khan ahead of its release.

Pakistan lake could cause more flooding

Officials in southern Pakistan have warned more flooding is expected as Lake Manchar swelled from unprecedented monsoon rains that began in mid-June and have killed nearly 1300 people.

Pakistan monsoons’ death toll reaches 150

Monsoon rains over the past month have killed at least 150 people as downpours continue to lash Pakistan, triggering flash floods in some parts of the country, government officials say.

Pakistan warns Afghanistan over Taliban militants

Pakistan has fired off a sharp warning to Afghanistan's hard-line religious rulers to stop sheltering homegrown Pakistani Taliban militants who have staged increasingly deadly attacks.

Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan ousted in no-confidence vote

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has been ousted after losing a vote of confidence in parliament.