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  • New Taliban Group Vows Attacks in Pakistan

    New Taliban Group Vows Attacks in Pakistan

    A new bloc of the Pakistani Taliban has vowed to carry on the movement's campaign of bombings and shootings, in the militants' first video message since a major army assault on their strongholds.

  • Suicide car bombing kills 15 people in Pakistan

    A government official says a suicide attack targeting a militant commander has killed 15 people in northwestern Pakistan.

  • Muslims celebrate Eid across the world amid bomb blasts, threat of violence

    Muslims celebrate Eid across the world amid bomb blasts, threat of violence

    Muslims marked the Eid-ul-Fitr festival on Thursday with feasts and prayers, even as bombings killed dozens of people in Asia and the threat of fresh violence loomed in the Middle East.

  • Pakistan blasts kill 57 people, more than hundred injured

    Pakistan blasts kill 57 people, more than hundred injured

    Officials say the death toll from a pair of overnight bombings at a busy market in a Shiite-dominated region of northern Pakistan has risen to 57.

  • Delivering mail in Kabul, where the streets have no name

    Delivering mail in Kabul, where the streets have no name

    In Kabul, many streets have no name and houses often have no number, meaning that postmen already braving the constant threat of suicide bombings must play detective to deliver mail.

  • Pakistan turnout 30 per cent by midday: official estimate

    Pakistan turnout 30 per cent by midday: official estimate

    Turnout in Pakistan's landmark elections on Saturday was around 30 percent by midday and is expected to rise to 60 per cent before the polls close, the election commission estimated.

  • Pakistan Taliban threatens attacks on election day

    Pakistan Taliban threatens attacks on election day

    The Pakistani Taliban has threatened widespread attacks, including suicide bombings, during the landmark general election tomorrow, saying it is opposed to the "infidel system" of democracy.

  • Pakistan Taliban plan suicide attacks on May 11 election

    Pakistan Taliban plan suicide attacks on May 11 election

    Pakistan's Taliban plan to carry out suicide bombings during Saturday's election in a bid to undermine the poll, according to a letter from the head of the group.

  • Boston Marathon blasts: Pakistani Taliban deny involvement

    The Pakistani Taliban, which claimed the 2010 Times Square bomb plot, on Tuesday denied anything to do with explosions that killed three people and wounded more than 100 in Boston.

  • Pakistan rejects involvement in 1993 Mumbai bombings

    Pakistan rejects involvement in 1993 Mumbai bombings

    Pakistan today rejected involvement of the government or any of its official agencies in incidents like the 1993 Mumbai bomb attacks, saying it was committed to engaging India in a "sustained and result-oriented dialogue".

  • 1993 Mumbai blasts: death sentence for Yakub Memon

    1993 Mumbai blasts: death sentence for Yakub Memon

    Twenty years after the 1993 serial bombings in Mumbai, the Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the death sentence of Yakub Abdul Razak Memon, the brother of missing underworld don Ibrahim or "Tiger" Memon.

  • Three dead in Pakistan police-militant clash: officials

    Militants attacked a police van in Pakistan's northwest on Saturday, killing a police official and wounding two others, authorities said.

  • Pakistan arrests militant leader over Quetta bombings

    Police said they arrested the leader of a banned militant group on Friday in connection with sectarian attacks in the northwestern city of Quetta that have killed nearly 200 people this year.

  • Pakistan faces growing anger over sectarian bombings

    Pakistan faces growing anger over sectarian bombings

    Pakistan's unpopular government, which is gearing up for elections expected within months, came under fire on Sunday for failing to improve security after a sectarian bombing in the city of Quetta killed 80 people.

  • Death toll in Pakistani bombing climbs to 81

    Death toll in Pakistani bombing climbs to 81

    A Pakistani police official says the death toll from a horrific bombing overnight in southwestern Pakistan has climbed to 81.

  • Angry Pakistani Shiites refuse to bury dead

    Shiite families refusing to bury their dead after twin bombings in Pakistan's troubled southwestern city of Quetta vowed to continue their sit-in protest Saturday until the army takes over security.

  • 115 killed, over 200 injured in four blasts in Pakistan

    115 killed, over 200 injured in four blasts in Pakistan

    A series of bombings killed 115 people across Pakistan on Thursday, including 81 who died in twin blasts on a bustling billiards hall in a Shiite area of the southwestern city of Quetta.

  • Bombings kill 103 people in Pakistan

    Bombings kill 103 people in Pakistan

    A series of bombings in different parts of Pakistan killed 103 people on Thursday, including 69 who died in a sectarian attack on a bustling billiard hall in the southwest city of Quetta, officials said.

  • Security beefed up in Lahore for Muharram processions

    Security beefed up in Lahore for Muharram processions

    In the wake of bombings and suicide attacks targeting Shia processions in different parts of Pakistan, over 25,000 policemen have been put on high alert in the capital city of the most populous province of Punjab for 'Ashura', the tenth day of the Is...

  • Sarabjit Singh to submit fresh mercy petition to Pakistan President

    Sarabjit Singh  to submit fresh mercy petition to Pakistan President

    Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh, who is on a death row for alleged involvement in a string of bombings in Pakistani cities in 1990, has signed a fresh mercy petition to be sent to President Asif Ali Zardari.

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