At least 10 militants were killed and explosives destroyed in fresh airstrikes by Pakistan's security forces as part of a major military offensive against the Taliban in the restive North Waziristan Agency on Monday.
A Sikh businessman was killed and two others injured on Saturday when unknown gunmen opened indiscriminate fire on them in this restive northwestern city of Pakistan, prompting protests and road blockade from the members of the minority community.
At least 16 people, including nine children, were killed and over 80 others injured on Friday in Peshawar, capital of Pakistan`s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, as roofs and walls of buildings collapsed due to heavy rain.
Holed up deep inside a Taliban-friendly neighbourhood, gunmen waited patiently for the passenger plane to approach the airport before raising their guns into the night sky and unleashing a hail of bullets to shoot it down.
At least 18 militants were on Monday killed, including a key TTP commander, and over 30 injured in airstrikes on their hideouts near Pak-Afghan border and clash between two rival militant groups in northwest Pakistan`s restive tribal region.