U.S. president says he has no personal animosity toward Israeli premier, adding that Washington still backs two-state solution.
Authorities have said none of the 150 people onboard survived the crash in the French Alps.
Syrian monitor says there could be over 400 ‘Cubs of the Caliphate.’
Muhammad Yunus has contested the tax bill, saying he has paid all necessary taxes on his income.
Security officials say militants belonged to Lashkar-e-Islam, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan and the Abdullah Azam Brigade.
Interior minister says the allegations were completely false, as protesters march for justice.
Special session was due to discuss probe into 50-day war, but delayed it after head of investigators quit under Israeli pressure.
Former president Musharraf has also predicted early general elections and urged his party to prepare for national campaign.
Two other militants were shot dead in a gun battle with police a day earlier.