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Pakistan: 6 terrorists associated with 26/11 Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed acquitted in terror funding case by Lahore High Court

The advocate for the terrorists also added that the prosecutors failed to prove charges against the 6 terrorists beyond reasonable doubt.

Pakistan Court, which granted custody of 13-year-old Christian girl to 44-year-old Azhar, exonerates abductor, says ‘no rape’: Shocking details

Earlier the Pakistan court had granted the custody of a 13-year-old girl Christian girl to her 44-year-old abductor Ali Azhar

Pakistan first ‘convicts’ UN-designated terrorist Hafiz Saeed for 10 years, then gives him VIP treatment: Details

Terrorist and Jamat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed, is being treated as a VIP in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan after being convicted for 10 years

Pakistan court gives custody of 13-year-old Christian girl, who was kidnapped, raped and converted to Islam, to 44-year-old abductor Ali Azhar: Details

In a startling decision, a Pakistan court has granted the custody of a 13-year-old girl Christian girl to her 44-year-old abductor, Ali Azhar.

Lawyers in Pakistan refuse to take up Kulbhushan Jadhav’s case after lawyers from India were refused permission

The International Court of Justice had stayed the execution of Kulbhushan Jadhav after he was awarded death sentence in 2017.

Pakistan: Supreme Court stays the release of terrorist Ahmed Sheikh, the murderer of WSJ journalist Daniel Pearl. Read details

Earlier, the Sindh High Court had acquitted the terrorist of the charges of murder and kidnapping for ransom.

Pakistan SC refuses to suspend acquittal of Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh who was involved in the gruesome beheading of WSJ journalist Daniel Pearl

The Pakistan SC bench slammed the counsel for Sindh government for calling the accused, who beheaded Daniel Pearl, 'terrorists'

Pakistan: Christian couple, convicted for blasphemy, gets an appeal hearing against death penalty after 6 years

The duo was handed the death sentence for blasphemy by an additional district and sessions judge of Toba Tek Singh on April 4, 2014,

USCIRF condemns Pakistan for arresting an Ahmadiyya woman on blasphemy charges

According to USCIRF, around 80 people are still incarcerated under the contentious blasphemy law in Pakistan.

Seeking justice for slain son, parents of Daniel Pearl file petition in the Pakistan Supreme Court challenging Sindh High Court’s acquittal of the killers

The father of Daniel Pearl said that he was fighting not only for the justice of his son but also for his "dear friends in Pakistan."

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