Pakistan blasphemy case: Asia Bibi's lawyer flees country, requests government to protect his family
Saiful Malook claimed that he was facing life threats from sections of lawyers and it was difficult for him to practice in the prevailing situation
Islamist group Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan calls off protests against Asia Bibi's acquittal; apologises for 'inconveniencing without reason'
The announcement comes after the TLP and the government reached an agreement to conclude the latter's nationwide protests, with the government promising to immediately initiate a legal process to place Asia Bibi's name on the Exit Control List (ECL).
Asia Bibi acquittal: Pakistan Army asks radical Islamists to end protest peacefully so it can avoid use of force
Pakistan Army on Friday warned hundreds of radical Islamists hardliners not to test their "patience" and asked them to end the standoff peacefully to avoid the use of force as the mass protests against the acquittal of a Christian woman for blasphemy entered its third day.
Asia Bibi likely to be flown out of Pakistan amid death threats after being acquitted in blasphemy case
Asia Bibi, a 47-year-old mother of four, was convicted in 2010 after being accused of insulting Islam in a row with her neighbours. She always maintained her innocence, but has spent most of the past eight years in solitary confinement.
Blasphemy serious offence, but insult of Asia Bibi's religion and fabricating crime also blasphemous: Pakistan Supreme Court
The 56-page detailed judgement on Asia Bibi has been authored by CJP Mian Saqib Nisar, also comprises a separate concurrent opinion note from Justice Asif Saeed Khosa.
Asia Bibi blasphemy case: PPP chief Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari asks Pakistan's national institutions to stand with SC
Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari is the first chief of political party in Pakistan to stand with the Supreme Court decision. Also, PPP members Sherry Rehman and Farhatullah Babar had earlier hailed the verdict.
Asia Bibi blasphemy case: Imran Khan warns protesters not to 'confront State' as Pakistan erupts in violence
Imran Khan said he had been "compelled" to communicate with the nation due to the reaction given and the language used to respond to the Asia Bibi verdict by the Supreme Court.