Facing risks of being shut down, Pakistan’s popular television channel Geo News apologized to the nation’s spy agency for airing comments accusing it of involvement in a gun attack on a talk show host.
Umaima Ahmed opens her mouth at a polio vaccination booth outside the international airport in Karachi, Pakistan, as a health-care worker squeezes a few drops of clear liquid onto the three-year-old’s tongue.
Pakistan peace talks with Taliban militants will probably fail and an ensuing military operation would lead to more terrorism, according to Imran Khan, head of the party that runs a province bordering Afghanistan.
Watched over by armed elite police, Imran Khan told thousands of flag-waving supporters in the town of Okara in Pakistan that together they would end the rule of parties that had pushed the nation to the brink of ruin.
Imran Khan, the former Pakistani cricket captain and now the country’s rising political star, said anger over corruption and the sluggish economy is fueling a “revolution” that will oust the ruling coalition in elections he predicts will be held this year.
Pakistani cricket icon Imran Khan, whose political party won the third-most parliamentary seats in May 11 elections, was released from a hospital where he received treatment for injuries sustained in a fall at his final rally.
The political party led by Imran Khan formed a government in Pakistan’s militancy ravaged northwest, where his call for an end to army offensives against the Taliban and U.S. drone strikes resonated with voters.
Nawaz Sharif said his Pakistan Muslim League had won the most seats in a landmark election and would return to power, as state-run television and other media broadcast unofficial counts supporting his claim.
Pakistani cricket icon Imran Khan appealed from his hospital bed for voters to back his party in weekend elections if they want to transform their country, hours after injuring his head and back in a fall at a rally.
Former Pakistani cricketer Imran Khan vowed to permanently block a supply route to U.S. forces in Afghanistan starting tomorrow as he seeks an end to drone strikes in the country’s northwest, where his party holds power.