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Militants target police van in northwest Pakistan, nine including four policemen injured

At least nine persons, including four policemen, were injured on Monday when militants targetted a police van with an explosive device in Pakistan's restive northwest region.

`Nearly 1,000 bullet-ridden bodies recovered from Pakistan's Balochistan in last six years`

`Nearly 1,000 bullet-ridden bodies recovered from Pakistan's Balochistan in last six years`

With the Baloch people already raising their voices against the atrocities and human rights violations by Pakistan against them, the issue today is known to everyone.

PM Modi's speech will help us expose Pak's human right violations in PoK: Balochistan leader Mehran Marri

PM Modi's speech will help us expose Pak's human right violations in PoK: Balochistan leader Mehran Marri

Baloch leaders-in-exile thank PM Modi for highlighting Balochistan, Gilgit and PoK in Independence Day speech.

Every visible and invisible enemy will be crushed: Pakistan President

Every visible and invisible enemy will be crushed: Pakistan President

Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain on Sunday said that every visible and invisible enemy will be chased and crushed to establish durable peace in the country.

ISIS claims Quetta attack in Pak

ISIS claims Quetta attack in Pak

The IS claimed the attack on social media and Twitter.

Hold Pak accountable for misdirected policies in Balochistan: EU parliamentarian

Hold Pak accountable for misdirected policies in Balochistan: EU parliamentarian

Expressing concern over the August 8 suicide bombing at the Civil Hospital in Quetta, Pakistan, European Parliament member Alberto Cirio has said it is time Islamabad is held accountable for its misdirected policies, perpetuated over the years, and is pressured into allowing international scrutiny of the pathetic plight of the indigenous population in Balochistan.

Suicide bomber kills at least 75 at  Quetta hospital; Pakistani Taliban faction claims responsibility

Suicide bomber kills at least 75 at Quetta hospital; Pakistani Taliban faction claims responsibility

A suicide bomber in Pakistan killed at least 75 people and wounded more than a hundred on Monday in an attack on mourners gathered at a hospital in Quetta, according to officials in the southwestern province of Baluchistan.

Pakistan's Quetta blast: Death toll rises to 45, over 50 injured so far

A bomb at a hospital in Pakistan`s southwestern city of Quetta on Monday killed 45 people and wounded more than 50, the provincial health minister said, significantly raising the casualty toll from initial estimates.

Five killed as blast hits Pakistan hospital

The explosion took place soon after lawyers arrived at the hospital when the Kasi`s body was brought in.

Pakistan providing safe havens to terrorists: Afghan envoy

Pakistan providing safe havens to terrorists: Afghan envoy

Afghanistan`s Ambassador to the United States Hamdullah Mohib has reiterated Kabul`s claim that Pakistan provides a safe haven to militants and terrorists.

Banners on Pakistani roads urge Gen Raheel Sharif to impose martial law, form govt

Mysterious banners springing up overnight on all major thoroughfares in 13 cities across Pakistan on Monday urged Chief of Army Staff Gen Raheel Sharif to impose martial law and form a government of technocrats, strengthening the view that something was cooking up.

Pakistan forces kill four militants in Quetta shootout

Police identified the militants as belonging to a group with ties to the militant wing of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi.

Security forces arrest 14 Afghan Taliban militants from Quetta

Security forces arrest 14 Afghan Taliban militants from Quetta

Law enforcement agencies have confirmed the arrest of 14 Afghan Taliban members during a raid in the Pashtoonabad area of Quetta on Thursday.

Kidnapped son of slain Pak governor Taseer reunited with family

Amid joyous scenes, the son of slain Punjab Governor Salman Taseer, who was rescued from the clutches of the Pakistani Taliban, was today reunited with his family here after nearly five years in captivity.

Suicide bomb kills at least nine in Balochistan

Nine people were killed and more than 35 injured Saturday when a suicide bomber on a bicycle blew himself up near a security forces truck in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta, officials said.

Pak army chief accuses foreign forces of supporting terrorism

Pakistan's southwestern Balochistan province has become a hotbed for proxy wars for regional and global powers pursuing a grand strategy as he accused foreign forces of supporting terrorism in the state, army chief Gen Raheel Sharif said.

UN chief condemns suicide bombing near polio center in Pakistan

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday condemned the suicide bombing close to a polio eradication centre in Quetta, Pakistan, which reportedly killed at least 15 people and wounded 25 others.

Blast outside polio centre kills 15 in Pakistan's Quetta

Blast outside polio centre kills 15 in Pakistan's Quetta

Initial reports revealed that the attack was conducted to target a security forces convoy.

Mullah Masnour dead, new Taliban caretaker chief appointed: Pakistani Media

Mullah Masnour dead, new Taliban caretaker chief appointed: Pakistani Media

According to the reports, Mullah Akhtar Mansour succumbed to the injuries he sustained on Wednesday in a gunfight.

Taliban dismiss Kabul claim that leader Mullah Akhtar Mansoor wounded in Pakistan

Taliban dismiss Kabul claim that leader Mullah Akhtar Mansoor wounded in Pakistan

The Taliban promptly denied the claim, dismissing it as propaganda by the Afghan government.