Government climbdown gives 600 interpreters right to move, but what message does it send?
A recent survey suggests that 75% of Pakistanis dislike the USA and it's mainly because of drones
Dozens have already died before polling stations open on Saturday. What’s at stake and who are the contenders?
PM admits UK is paying 'high price' for Afghanistan mission as British death toll rises to 444
It doesn't necessarily mean the FBI are hunting a foreigner - signs still point to 'domestic terrorism'
Prince offers 'more diplomatic' picture of his time in Afghanistan after 'take a life' furore
Fears that violence will escalate after killing of Taliban leader praised for peaceful stance with Pakistan
He says he supports girls' education – yet he had acid thrown at female students who dressed immodestly
Britain's role in conflict called into question by feared Afghan leader in withering interview
Murder of a senior bureaucrat proves that women face spiralling violence in Afghanistan
Examination of the use of armed drones could help lift lid on 'America's secret war'
Leader of Pakistan's largest religious party claims Malala Yousafzai was not injured in Taliban attack
Hina Khan’s family find a red cross painted on their house and receive Taliban death threats by phone
Birmingham hospital chosen for expertise in military injuries - and US transfer was politically difficult
Opinion digest: the way forward for Arabs, a 'respectable' near-death experience, Malala Yousafzai
Pakistan unites in disgust at attempt on life of teenage girl who dared to challenge the Taliban
BBC blogger Malala Yousafzai, 14, wounded in head and neck after militant shoots her on school bus
‘Green on blue’ killings are last straw for politicians who agree British lives are being sacrificed needlessly