- Pakistan library named 'bin Laden' as memory fades Updated: Apr-18-14 10:58 am
- Pakistan Taliban says truce over but talks ongoing Updated: Apr-16-14 1:52 pm
- Pakistan judge dismisses 9 month old's murder case Updated: Apr-12-14 3:58 pm
- Pence renews talks over Posey Co. fertilizer plant Updated: Apr-08-14 7:22 pm
- Iran starts joint naval drill with Pakistan Updated: Apr-08-14 3:08 am
- AP photographer killed, reporter wounded Updated: Apr-04-14 7:02 pm
- Wounded AP correspondent chronicles Afghan unrest Updated: Apr-04-14 1:26 pm
- Militant group frees abducted Iran border guards Updated: Apr-04-14 5:07 am
- Feds: Man smuggled technology from US to Pakistan Updated: Apr-02-14 3:31 pm
- US ambassador to India resigns 1 week before vote Updated: Apr-01-14 12:55 am
- US seeking buyers for old military equipment Updated: Mar-31-14 2:18 pm
- Mixed legacy for Karzai as Afghan president Updated: Mar-30-14 11:29 am
- Donors pledge $1 billion to Pakistan for education Updated: Mar-29-14 12:40 pm
- AP Interview: Afghan candidate will respect vote Updated: Mar-27-14 3:02 pm
- Bangladesh probe seeks ban of Islamist party Updated: Mar-25-14 7:04 am
- Correction: Malaysia-Plane-Mystery story Updated: Mar-24-14 2:23 am
- Road accident in SW Pakistan kills 35, injures 20 Updated: Mar-22-14 3:28 am
- AP PHOTOS: Victims of a terror attack in Pakistan Updated: Mar-21-14 4:06 am
ISLAMABAD - Most didn't notice the new library at this Islamic seminary for girls near Pakistan's capital, until locals saw the paper sign in Urdu posted on its wooden door: "Library of Osama bin Laden, the Martyr."
ISLAMABAD - The Pakistani Taliban said Wednesday they will not renew a ceasefire they called over a month ago to facilitate peace negotiations but said they will still continue talks with the government.
ISLAMABAD - A Pakistani judge dismissed an attempted murder charge Saturday that police lodged against a 9-month-old boy, ending a bizarre case that drew new criticism to the country's troubled criminal justice system.
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana economic development officials have renewed talks with developers who want to build a fertilizer plant in southwestern Indiana, one year after the state withdrew its support for the project over national security concerns.
TEHRAN, Iran - Iranian state television says Iran has started a joint naval drill with the Pakistani navy east of the strategic Strait of Hormuz, through which one fifth of the world's oil supply passes.
KABUL, Afghanistan - An Afghan police commander opened fire Friday on two Associated Press journalists, killing Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Anja Niedringhaus and wounding veteran correspondent Kathy Gannon - the first known case of a security insider attacking journalists in Afghanistan.
Associated Press correspondent Kathy Gannon, wounded Friday in a shooting that killed an AP photographer, has reported on Afghanistan for nearly three decades, chronicling the country from the Soviet occupation to the fall of the Taliban to the current presidential election and the coming withdrawal of foreign troops.
TEHRAN, Iran - A semi-official Iranian news agency is reporting that an al-Qaida-affiliated militant group operating in a lawless frontier area along the Pakistan-Iran border has released Iranian border guards abducted two months ago.
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - A federal grand jury in Harrisburg has indicted a former central Pennsylvania resident on charges he smuggled technology out of the United States for use by the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission.
NEW DELHI - The American ambassador to India said she has resigned and will retire before the end of May, ending a two-year tenure after the strip-search of an Indian diplomat in New York City badly damaged U.S.-India ties.
KABUL, Afghanistan - The United States is trying to sell or dispose of billions of dollars in military hardware, including sophisticated and highly specialized mine resistant vehicles as it packs up to leave Afghanistan after 13 years of war, officials said Monday.
KABUL, Afghanistan - Afghans go to the polls next weekend to choose a new president, and that in itself may one day be considered Hamid Karzai's greatest achievement.
ISLAMABAD - Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown says international donors have pledged to provide Pakistan with about a billion dollars over the next three years to help it provide education to millions of out-of-school children.
KABUL, Afghanistan - One of the top three contenders in Afghanistan's presidential race said Thursday that he won't challenge the results even if he loses and suspects fraud, and he urged his opponents to do the same.
DHAKA, Bangladesh - Bangladesh investigators probing crimes during the country's 1971 independence war against Pakistan recommended Tuesday that the largest Islamist party be banned for alleged involvement in genocide and other offenses.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand - In a story March 19 about the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner, The Associated Press reported erroneously that 1965 was the last year a plane carrying more than two dozen people vanished without a trace. In fact, there have been instances since then, including the 1989 disappearance of a Pakistan International Airlines plane carrying 54 people.
QUETTA, Pakistan - A multi-vehicle collision involving two trucks and two passenger buses on a coastal highway in southwestern Pakistan early on Saturday killed 35 people and injured 20 passengers, police said.
ISLAMABAD - Zebunissa Abdul Rashid flips through an album of images of her late husband, stopping to share a sweet or funny story about the 72-year-old man who was killed by militants who stormed the court complex where the lawyer worked.