For Christians, no consolation or compensation can bring back what they have lost — dreams, jobs and even homes.
Visiting media reporters included representatives from the Washington Post, BBC, AFP, Arab News, Russia Today, among others.
Religious fanaticism spreads when those in power deliberately employ faith to further their political ambitions.
Fact-finding mission says TLP protest, incendiary sermons escalated likelihood of violence against minority community.
Law officer says govt decided not to form judicial commission in the light of reports submitted by JITs.
Civil society activists face legal proceedings, jail sentences, travel bans and threats for cooperating with UN’s rights mechanism, UN report says.
"Islam is a religion of peace and there is no space for intolerance and extremism in Islam and society," says army chief.
Construction of 100-kanal graveyard for Christians incomplete even though work on 900-kanal cemetery for Muslims has already been completed.
Delegation calls on University of Sahiwal vice-chancellor, highlight underrepresentation of minorities in higher education.
TLP says it will demolish minarets of the building built by country's first foreign minister Sir Zafarullah Khan.
Community spokesperson says efforts are under way to register a first information report of the crime.
The suspect will be presented in a court tomorrow (Sunday) to secure his physical remand, says police official.
Justice Sheikh maintains that when the Ahmadis built their worship place, its architectural design did not violate any law then in force.
PPP condemns secretariat’s move sans consulting members over ‘mismatched signatures’; SC to take up plea seeking justice for mob violence victims today.
Reverend Father Eleazar Sidhu, who serves a church in Jaranwala, had received threats days ago; discharged from hospital.
Community's spokesperson says attackers "broke the minarets, vandalised the place, and raised inciting slogans"; police register FIR.
Protest sit-ins held in Kashmore, Larkana and Karachi against abduction of members of Hindu community and increasing incidents of robberies.
Community members say lack of infrastructure poses challenges when performing cremation rituals under extreme weather conditions.
Recommends reviewing blasphemy laws so that they are not misused against individuals or any religious minority.
About 1,000 Christians protest in US, urging UN to persuade Pakistan to make laws to end future attacks on minorities.
Says it can't rule out suspicion that the attacks were part of a "larger campaign of hatred against the local Christians".
We have failed to develop a vision to lift the minorities from ghettos.
Community members and advocates say the trauma and fear will be tough to heal and their safety is not assured.
PM Kakar visits blighted town, hands out compensation to victims of violence; CM Naqvi says hunt for suspects underway.
Pakistan Ulema Council, Church of Pakistan announce 24-member investigation committee.
Urges people to help the Christian community and not "leave everything to the state"; protest held in Karachi to show solidarity.
Punjab info minister says 1,470 booked while 145 arrested till now; tehsildar confirms 19 churches, 86 houses burned during the incident.
Voice of Christians International Director for Human Rights Samuel Makson asks apex court to take action to meet the ends of justice.
Unit comprises 70 policemen, formed on recommendation of National Minorities Commission.
After images of vandalised churches were shared on social media, initial shock and horror were followed by demands for justice.