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Pakistani Taliban leader among 615 high profile militants whose combined bounty is Rs. 760 million.
U.S. urges neighbors to pursue dialogue as a means of resolving current standoff.
Eight others injured in unclaimed blast in the Kalaya neighborhood.
The incident occurred in Mohmand Agency when laborers instigated a controlled explosion on Saturday evening.
The airstrike was targeting the stronghold of Hafiz Gul Bahadur.
At least 31 terrorists killed in shelling on Tirah Valley that also destroyed four hideouts, according to the military.
Shafqat Hussain, who was placed on death row when he was still a teen, is among the convicts awaiting execution.
Six-year-old Moeen Yasin’s body had been molested before being dumped at a mosque.
Pakistani teenager and Indian woman killed in fresh firing that also left 11 people wounded.
New Delhi claims all four people, allegedly of Pakistani origin, on board the vessel were killed in the explosion.
Government has appealed Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi’s release by the Islamabad High Court and urged India to exercise patience.
Annual New Year’s Day exchange also includes list of each country’s civilian prisoners.
At least 23 militants killed in airstrikes, according to military.
Authorities will go door-to-door to ‘check and verify’ use of toilets.
The 13th Pakistani beheaded since October was convicted of heroin smuggling.
Niaz Mohammad had been convicted of targeting the former president in December 2003.
P.M. Sharif assures meeting military courts will only be used to prosecute terrorists.
Investigators are still trying to piece together what led to the crash in the Java Sea.
Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi has been placed under two-day judicial remand in kidnapping case.
Pakistan extends winter vacations to Jan. 12 in light of threats of more violence.