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Extreme temperatures compound poverty in Pakistan’s hottest city

People in Jacobabad live in acute poverty, with water shortages and power cuts compromising their ability to beat the heat

Sweet smell of Ramadan tempts as South Asia’s Muslims fast

Huge crowds returned to the neighborhood on Sunday for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic put a pin in large public gatherings

Pakistan mob set fire to police station over Koran desecration

Blasphemy is a hugely sensitive issue in Muslim-majority Pakistan, where even unproven allegations can stir mobs and violence

Pakistani wins recognition for breaking fresh ground in fight against poverty

Muhammad Amjad Saqid is cited for “his intelligence and compassion” to create the largest micro-finance institution in Pakistan

Pakistani court rules in favor of Christian girl enslaved by Muslim...

Farah had an ‘emotional reunion’ with her family where she now lives with her five siblings

Pakistani authorities hit for release of abductor of 12-year-old girl

Sexual assaults and fraudulent marriages are used by perpetrators to entrap victims

Pakistani cardinal calls for peace in wake of attacks on religious...

Cardinal Joseph Coutts says it’s not enough just to pray, one must love one’s neighbor as oneself

Pakistani Christian charged with blasphemy over Facebook post

More than 20 Christians are currently imprisoned on blasphemy charges in Pakistan

Pakistani film explores social media’s role in anger over blasphemy

Taking a critical view, or even just questioning the country’s blasphemy law, carries huge risk

Pakistani court, police accused of bias in case of forced conversion...

Father of 12-year-old girl kidnapped by Muslim man allegedly told to forget about it because she has converted to Islam

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