"She (Swaraj) had complained that we sometimes talk in a bitter manner so she brought sweets today," says FM Qureshi.
Expresses solidarity with Saudi Arabia and commends its forces for timely interception of the missiles.
"It seems like there is a flood of bail [applications]", remarks LHC's Justice Amir Farooq.
"Authorities from both governments are in close contact," FO says; urges media to "avoid sensationalism".
As of May 9, 130 Facebook posts, 14 Twitter posts and 30 YouTube videos have been removed: PTA.
Dr Faisal calls for Indian side to respect 2003 Ceasefire Agreement.
“US welcomes the news that Aasia Bibi has safely reunited with her family,” says Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Indian FM's statement that New Delhi wants Islamabad blacklisted confirms FATF is being 'politicised by India': FO
FO says the listing was agreed after "India's references to malign Pakistan, undermine Kashmir movement were removed."
PAF's swift response demonstrated Pakistan's resolve, capacity and capability in thwarting adversary, says air chief.
Khalilzad and Wells hold meetings with govt and military officials, including Army Chief Bajwa, according to US Mission.
Zalmay Khalilzad and Alice Wells arrive in capital for delegation-level talks ahead of next Doha meeting with Taliban.
Community members have also been asked to "register themselves" with the Pakistani Embassy in Libya.
Dr Faisal claims his statement regarding Dr Siddiqui was "distorted and taken out of context".
Hundreds of Pakistanis fled the port city of Negombo after threats of revenge.
FM Yi meets Qureshi, urges the international community to gauge Islamabad's measures "in an objective and fair manner".
47 Zaireen who were in a passengers bus when it hit a security checkpost in Iraq have been discharged from hospital.
"This is a testimony of Pakistan's proficiency with high-tech weaponry and Pakistan Navy's operational capability."
The announcement was made by Inter-Services Public Relations.
Four Pakistanis sustained minor injuries in attacks, discharged after receiving treatment, says foreign ministry.