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At least 41 dead, another 67 injured in Paktika province blast.
Court ruled against Zulfiqar Ali for writing blasphemous slogans on walls in a suburb of Lahore.
Arshad Khan removed from office, as military prepares to expand operation into Bajaur Agency.
ARY News reporter was arrested for traveling between Pakistan and Afghanistan without legal documentation.
Rival presidential candidates agreed to recheck of votes after U.S. intervention.
The FIA denies there is any proof that Pakistani girls have been smuggled to U.A.E. for prostitution.
Teenaged activist compares security situation in Nigeria’s Chibok region to the situation in her native Swat.
Airstrikes and artillery pounded militant hideouts in Mosaki and Kharkamar.
Airstrikes against rebels killed 13 insurgents in Mir Ali.
Defense minister, who is also in-charge of the ministry, says he plans to open up military industry to foreign investment.
Police claim the six men taken into custody are affiliated with the Pakistani Taliban and were planning suicide attacks.
Pakistani Taliban have issued pamphlet in Khyber Agency, warning all government employees to quit their jobs or risk retaliation.
Senior government official says they can stay in Kurram but cannot use it as route to Afghanistan.
At least six suspected militants killed in third U.S. airstrike since a TTP-backed attack on Karachi’s international airport.
Seventy people killed in three days of military shelling, including at least 11 women and 18 children.
A new online magazine launched by the jihadist group aims to market ‘caliphate’ as legitimate and viable choice for Muslims globally.
One suspected terrorist killed after police exchange fire with the three men who targeted patrol vehicle.
Police say a 17-year-old neighbor of the victim has admitted he abducted and murdered her.
Military spokesman says Operation Zarb-e-Azb is proceeding as planned, but admits that many terrorists have fled to Afghanistan.
Internally displaced tribesmen have sought refuge in towns near border between Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and North Waziristan.