This weekend, a cat was stuck in the post for eight days, the Brexit campaign was found to have hired non-UK staff and more.
The Sunday attack in the Pakistani city of Lahore has now killed at least 70, with 340 injured, as authorities announced arrests and the recovery of arms and ammunition.
The attack took place on a main road after the bus picked up government workers from districts surrounding Peshawar and was taking them to work in the city.
VICE News visited Charsadda, northwestern Pakistan, where gunmen stormed a university on Wednesday and killed at least 20 people.
Commander Umar Mansoor has again claimed his men were behind the deadly university attack on Wednesday, but the Pakistani Taliban's official spokesman insists the group did not carry it out.
Witnesses said they saw several young men wielding AK-47 guns storming the university housing where many students were sleeping. At least 20 people are dead.
Vaccination workers in Pakistan have long been a target of militant groups who accuse them of acting as a front for Western spy agencies.
More than 70 people were wounded in the blast outside government offices in the northwestern town of Mardan, which has since been claimed by a faction of the Pakistani Taliban.
Hafiz Saeed, the leader of the so-called Islamic State’s “Khurasan province,” was the highest ranking of three leaders killed this week in Afghanistan.
Nadeem Qamar is the last remaining lawyer representing Dr. Shakil Afridi after another attorney was assassinated in Pakistan on Tuesday. He told VICE News that the case is the "world's greatest conspiracy."
Demonstrators voiced disapproval with the Pakistani government's investigation into the school attack last year that left 141 people dead, including 132 children.
On Sunday Pakistani Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan announced that the country would, in the coming weeks, hang all 500 death row prisoners convicted under the country's questionable anti-terrorism laws.