Pakistani rescuers on Sunday found the bodies of two schoolchildren hit by an avalanche in the mountainous northwest, while nine more remain buried beneath the snow.
Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf, who faces charges of treason and murder, arrived in Dubai Friday for what his lawyers said was urgent medical treatment after a three-year travel ban was lifted.
Two Pakistani troops and three militants were killed in a rare firefight in the country's relatively peaceful northern areas Thursday, officials said.
At least 17 people were killed and dozens wounded on Wednesday when a bomb exploded inside a bus in Peshawar, the main city in Pakistan's insurgency-racked northwest, officials said.
The death toll from torrential rain that has lashed Pakistan for the past five days has risen to 42, authorities said Monday, with collapsed roofs blamed for the fatalities.
Pakistan's Senate on Friday passed a bill that criminalizes for the first time sexual assault against minors, child pornography and trafficking.
The kidnapped son of a liberal Pakistani governor assassinated by his bodyguard has been found after five years, senior officials said Tuesday, just over a week after his father's killer was hanged.
Pakistan said Tuesday it has killed 21 militants in air strikes and ground operations that began overnight in a northwest border region where it is carrying out an offensive to clear Taliban strongholds.
A top Pakistani official has said for the first time publicly that the Afghan Taliban's leadership enjoys a safe haven inside his country, which Islamabad uses as a "lever" to pressure the group into talks with Kabul.
Pakistanis buried their dead and observed a day of nationwide mourning Thursday following the brazen attack by Islamic militants who stormed a northwestern university the previous day, gunning down students and teachers and spreading terror before the four gunmen were slain by the military.