Pakistan and the United States on Monday sought to smooth a damaging row caused by Osama bin Laden's killing.
Pakistan's Parliament on Saturday demanded an end to US drone strikes on its territory and called for a probe into the raid that killed Bin Laden.
Leaked memos on Wednesday exposed deep tensions between the United States and Pakistan on nuclear arms safety.
A Pakistani airliner carrying up to 152 people crashed in a ball of flames on Wednesday, killing everyone on board.
The former ruler on Wednesday ignored a summons from Pakistan's top court to explain his decision to impose a state of emergency two years ago.
Pakistan's new role at the centre of the fight against al-Qaeda will lead to more extremist violence and pose huge challenges to a government with a doubtful ability to deliver
Pakistan's reinstated top judge Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry urged lawyers on Tuesday to wipe out corruption in the judiciary amid a hero's welcome.
Pakistan's new prime minister triggered an immediate showdown with Pervez Musharraf on Monday, ordering the release of judges detained by the president just moments after being elected. Musharraf had ordered the judges held in November amid fears they might challenge his grip on power in the nuclear-armed nation.
Pakistan's Parliament prepared on Monday to elect a new prime minister as the coalition government appeared set for a confrontation with key United States ally President Pervez Musharraf. Yousuf Raza Gilani, the candidate nominated by the party of slain opposition leader Benazir Bhutto, is a virtual certainty to win.
Pakistan's election commission said the date for parliamentary elections would be announced on Wednesday, with a delay until February now in view following the assassination of Benazir Bhutto. The January 8 vote, the next step along the road to civilian-led democracy in Pakistan, was thrown into chaos with the killing of the opposition leader last week.