At least 17 children were burned to death in eastern Pakistan on Saturday when a faulty gas cylinder exploded on the bus taking them to school, police said. Full story
A plane in flight from Pakistan to the United Kingdom made an emergency landing after officials say two passengers allegedly threatened to blow up the plane. NBC’s Ann Curry reports.
A car bomb explodes in Pakistan, missing the intended target but killing the Islamic religious school leader's guard instead. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes joins Martin Bashir to assess President Obama’s attempt to explain his philosophy on drone warfare – and how that program fits in to the nation’s fight against extremists.
Two bombs exploded near separate mosques killing at least 18 people in a remote area of northwestern Pakistan. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif is claiming victory already in Pakistan’s general election — 14 years after he was toppled in a military coup, jailed and then exiled. This will be his third chance leading the country. NBC’s Waj Khan reports.
A man displays a burnt book to the media near a burnt-out school bus on the outskirts of Gujrat, 100 miles southeast of Islamabad, May 25, 2013. Seventeen Pakistani children burnt to death on Saturday when a gas cylinder on the bus taking them to school exploded, media said. REUTERS/Stringer (PAK
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang speaks during a joint news conference with Pakistan's President Asif Ali Zardari at President House in Islamabad May 22, 2013. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed
Pakistani volunteers search a badly damaged vehicle after a suicide bomb attack in Peshawar on May 24, 2013. A suicide bomber on May 24 hit a vehicle belonging to an Afghan Muslim scholar in northwest Pakistan, killing three people including the cleric's guard and driver, officials said. AFP PHOTO /