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Fourth suicide bomber strikes Pakistan in one day

Four suicide bombers struck Pakistan in one day Wednesday, killing six people and unnerving citizens whose growing sense of security has been shaken by multiple Taliban blasts this week.

Top Pakistani Taliban commander killed in Afghanistan: Sources

Top Pakistani Taliban commander killed in Afghanistan: Sources

Raeas Khan, also known as Azam Khan Tariq, had a 20 million rupee ($190,740) bounty on his head and was the fourth-highest ranking commander in the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).

ISIS claims responsibility for killing three Pak soldiers in Peshawar

Three Pakistani soldiers were killed in an ambush in Peshawar city of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province yesterday in an attack, for which both the Islamic State and Jamaatul Ahrar, a Pakistani Taliban faction, have claimed responsibility. Senior police officer Shaukat Khan said the gunmen struck in Garhi Sohbat Khan on the outskirts of Peshawar, attacking a private vehicle carrying the three soldiers, reports the New York Times.

Terror strikes Pakistan: 12 dead, 52 wounded in blast at court; 4 suicide bombers killed in Peshawar

Terror strikes Pakistan: 12 dead, 52 wounded in blast at court; 4 suicide bombers killed in Peshawar

The Pakistani Taliban faction Jamaat-ur-Ahrar has claimed responsibility for the suicide attack on a Christian colony in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provincial capital of Peshawar.

Pakistan Army kills four suicide bombers at Christian colony

Pakistan Army kills four suicide bombers at Christian colony

The Pakistani Taliban in particular routinely target minority groups, and in 2011 gunned down Shahbaz Bhatti, a Christian who was federal minister for minority affairs.

Pakistan lawyers boycott courts after suicide blast

The attack has been claimed by both a faction of the Pakistani Taliban called Jammat-ul-Ahrar (JuA), and the Islamic State group (IS).

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.

Kidnapped son of top judge in Pak rescued by army

 The kidnapped son of the Chief Justice of Sindh High Court was rescued from the clutches of Pakistani Taliban by the military in an early morning raid in the restive northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, the third high-profile abduction case to be solved in recent months.

A murderous political fight between a Sikh and a Hindu politician in Pakistan

A prominent Sikh politician in Pakistan who was gunned down last week was killed by contract killers hired by his miffed Hindu rival after he failed to secure a ticket for elections, police said today, days after Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the murder.

Lahore blast victim's family harassed, to move court

The family of one of the victims of Gulshan-e-Iqbal park attack in Lahore, capital of Punjab province of Pakistan, said it will move the court against police.

We have arrived in Punjab: Taliban warns Pakistani govt

The Pakistani Taliban faction behind the brutal Easter Sunday suicide bombing at a crowded park here has warned that the terror attack was a "message" to the government about their "arrival" in Punjab, as the death toll today rose to 74 after two more persons succumbed to their injuries.

Pakistanis hunt for militants behind blast that killed at least 65

Pakistanis hunt for militants behind blast that killed at least 65

Pakistan has been plagued by militant violence for the last 15 years, since it joined a US-led campaign against Islamist militancy after the September 11, 2001.

Pakistan to fight terror to logical end: Minister

Pakistan is determined to continue war against terrorism with full zeal till its logical end, Defence Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif has said.

Taliban attack on Pakistan air base kills 42 including 13 terrorists

Taliban attack on Pakistan air base kills 42 including 13 terrorists

At least 42 people, among them 13 terrorists, were killed on Friday when heavily armed Pakistani Taliban guerrillas stormed an air base near Peshawar and a mosque inside it during morning prayers.