Pakistan's main stock market closed down on Wednesday, with investors booking profits after Islamabad and Washington reached an agreement on re-opening routes used to supply Nato troops in Afghanistan, analysts said. The Karachi Stock Exchange...
Voice of America
Afghanistan through Pakistan, following a U.S.-Pakistani deal that ended Islamabad's lengthy blockade. In Pakistan's port city of Karachi, drivers and other workers put once-idle trucks in position to transport supplies. But as the drivers prepared...
BBC South Asia
Pakistan allows convoys to resume 4 July 2012 Last updated at 09:10 ET Pakistan has agreed to reopen Nato's vital supply lines into Afghanistan following an apology by America for the killing of 24 Pakistani troops in a Nato airstrike last November.
Pakistan's federal cabinet on Wednesday gave a nod to its defence committee's decision of restoring ground routes to Nato supplies seven months after the country blocked its border to the Afghan-bound convoys. A formal approval for Tuesday's decision...