Mohammad Mohaqeq, one of Abdullah's vice presidential running mates, told Reuters the two sides could not agree on the powers of the chief executive, blaming the Ghani camp for hardening its position
Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said the government would not hesitate to enforce its writ and was considering cracking down against those attacking state institutions.
The government will seek to bring all abductees back regardless of whether they have been officially recognised as abducted
Leaders of anti-government protests Imran Khan and Tahir-ul-Qadri charged by police for inciting violence and attacking security forces.
Japan wants explicit guarantees from India, which has not signed the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, to limit atomic tests and allow closer inspection of its facilities
Authorities have backed down on plans to award a $8 billion construction contract to a barely known firm
Air Force helicopters provided support to ground forces after special forces captain killed in clash.
The move could be linked to a broader crackdown on the exchange of information in North Korea, and according to the source appeared to have been government-led.
Scuffles broke out on Monday during a tense stand-off at the entrance to a centre where a senior Chinese official was explaining Beijing's decision
Nawaz Sharif has been meeting with senior political and government aides over the weekend, as well as calling Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif to the capital Islamabad, ahead of a National Assembly session today.
After the attack, the man killed himself by jumping out the school building, state media said.
Of the 32 cabinet members appointed late Sunday, 11 are active military officers - including two former army chiefs.
The move is likely to trigger mass protests in the city's Central business district by disappointed democracy activists.
Islamabad voiced concern over alleged Indian border violations on Pakistan.
PM Sharif says opposition demands in line with constitution are being addressed as opposition appears to lose footing amid an alleged 'cold war' between government and army
Xi said the army must "strive to establish a new military doctrine, institutions, equipment systems, strategies and tactics and management modes" for information warfare.
The government said that the estimate of 1.09 million uncounted people in northern Rakhine state was based on pre-census mapping of households by immigration officers.
China's largely rubber-stamp parliament is set to meet on Sunday, when it is expected to limit 2017 elections for Hong Kong's leader to a handful of pro-Beijing candidates
Escape occurs in area near camp of Muslim rebel group, two weeks before anniversary of its siege on nearby city that left 300 people dead
Heavy fighting was continuing between the Taliban and Afghan security forces hours after the attack on the Jalalabad headquarters of the National Directorate of Security began
Chinese journalists had to pass a new ideology exam to keep their press cards. They were required to do a minimum 18 hours of training on topics including Marxist news values and Socialism with Chinese Characteristics