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Four-member investigation team to probe incident, as families claim doctors’ negligence is to blame.
Pakistani Taliban claim responsibility and warn of future attacks on security forces.
Fresh airstrikes in North Waziristan as Operation Zarb-e-Azb continues.
Tehran’s interior minister claims the would-be militants were captured while traveling through Iran.
The seven men had dressed as police and robbed and gang-raped four women, provoking international outrage.
Indian prime minister offers assistance to Pakistani counterpart in undertaking relief efforts along the Line of Control.
Red alert imposed in four districts, as authorities fear flooding after India releases excess water.
Senior police official confirms the attack was a target killing and says an investigation is currently underway.
A Foreign Office statement says new dates for official visit are currently being discussed.
A pamphlet distributed to media implies the militants are shifting focus due to rifts within the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan.
Spokesman for breakaway TTP faction says the Zawahiri-launched militant group will help ensure rights of Muslims in the region.
More rainfall expected, as casualties rise due to roof collapses and electrocution.
Jamaat ul Ahrar announces it will no longer be linked to the TTP due to differences with Mullah Fazlullah.
New U.N. report finds that Southeast Asia makes up over a third of the annual casualties caused by suicide.
Militant group’s videos are an intimidation tactic that has been denounced as ‘un-Islamic’ by Muslims across the world.
Qaedat al-Jihad will focus its efforts on India, Myanmar and Bangladesh in an apparent reaction to the growing influence of Islamic State.
Torrential downpour caused electrical shorts and roof collapses, injuring another 24 across the province.
The desert kingdom has carried out 46 executions this year.
Negotiating jirga claims it is close to breakthrough, as Qadri denies reports he will leave without Nawaz Sharif’s resignation.
Senior party leader says chief Altaf Hussain will determine future course of action in one week.