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Maulana Abdul Aziz says he will not participate in negotiations unless imposition of shariah law becomes part of discussions.
Tribunal judge accepts request for former president to be excused from upcoming Feb. 10 hearing.
The new designation prohibits any U.S. organization or individual from engaging in transactions with the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi leader.
Observers express concern over whether peace can be assured without the support of all militants groups comprising the TTP coalition.
Preliminary meeting on Thursday designed to chart a ‘roadmap’ for future discussions.
Schoolgirl activist is one of three nominees for this year’s award of the ‘Children’s Nobel.’
Civil Aviation Authority’s report claims captain and his co-pilot were not trained to fly the plane that crashed outside Islamabad.
TTP negotiators claim the organization will be unwilling to commit to peace unless government imposes shariah law and U.S. forces leave Afghanistan.
People across the country organized rallies to express solidarity with the independence movement.
A Saudi national was also executed for murder, bringing total executions in the kingdom this year to nine.
Former president refuses to recognize authority of treason court in bail bond.
At least eight killed, over 20 injured in bombing at the Kocha-e-Risaldar area of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa capital.
Jail official claims Kishan was severely ill and exact cause of death will be determined after postmortem examination.
Pakistani Taliban’s talks committee urges government to meet them as previously planned.
Javier Colorado admits he was attacked while traveling through Balochistan but denies that any police officials died while escorting him.
PTI spokeswoman says core committee of party appreciates TTP offer to Khan.
Another 31 injured in attack claimed by the Pakistani Taliban.
Taliban form nine-member committee for ‘peace’ talks with Islamabad.
Trade continues to be suspended, as residents of Pakistan-administered Kashmir demand their truckers be allowed to return home.
Brother of murdered men claims five women of the family were also killed after cleric issued fatwa.