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The US Government has, for a second time, failed to grant a visa to Pakistani lawyer Shahzad Akbar, preventing him from speaking in congress on the CIA drone programme.
Human rights activists, churches, faith groups and many others have expressed revulsion and dismay at murderous attacks on Pakistani Christians.
The baby daughter of a British mother potentially facing the death penalty in Pakistan marked her first birthday in prison on 15 September.
Torrential monsoon rains and flash floods have claimed at least 80 lives and displaced more than 80,000 people in Pakistan in recent days.
Amnesty Inrernational has called on the new Pakistani government to impose an immediate moratorium on the use of the death penalty as a first step towards abolition.
The International Monetary Fund has agreed in principle to lend $5.3 billion to Pakistan over three years.
Following allegations of GCHQ involvement in the US 'Prism' programme, calls are renewed for the agency to disclose its policy on support for CIA drone strikes.
Pakistan’s new government must not surrender respect for human rights in potential peace talks with armed groups, Amnesty International says.
The Peshawar High Court has declared the US guilty of war crimes for its use of drones in North West Pakistan, and ordered the government to stop future strikes.
The Chief Justice of Peshawar’s High Court had said that drone strikes in north west Pakistan violate the country’s sovereignty and are illegal.
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