Some 512 artefacts dating back to second and third millennium BC had been seized by French customs in Paris in 2006-7.
Islamabad welcomes new UN report, supports establishment of probe body to investigate human rights violations in IoK.
FO sources say that the prime minister will be the Russian president's guest of honour.
India denies Jadhav is a spy and has asked the ICJ to order his release.
Premier will be visiting Washington on the invitation of President Trump, says Foreign Office spokesperson.
Makes it a crime for anyone in the US to assist the militants.
Judge observes fake accounts case suspects fall ill after arrest, Zardari says "we are not that weak."
Accountability court in Islamabad turns down acquittal appeals by former premier Raja Pervez Ashraf, others.
57 Afghan delegates attend conference to forward the Afghan peace process being held at Bhurban.
Former president tells court a 90-day remand should be granted once instead of the repeated requests for 14-day remand.
The decision was made on the recommendation of the United Nations Department for Safety and Security.
Judgement means the former premier will remain at Lahore's Kot Lakhpat jail.
Foreign ministry warns against media speculation regarding correspondence between the two countries' leaders.
Govt seeks "appropriate action" against author, editorial board.
"White-collar crimes not easy to deduct, trace; therefore, NAB required custody of petitioners," says IHC written order.
Accountability watchdog says Sharif is in a "stable condition"; expresses fear the ex-PM may abuse concession of bail.
"I think everyone knows these are political arrests," says Talpur on her way out of the accountability court.
Despite Pakistan granting India permission for Modi's plane to fly through its airspace, India decides against it.
Former president submits a request for additional facilities in NAB lock-up.
High court also rejects Faryal Talpur's bail extension in fake accounts case; Bilawal asks workers to remain calm.