At least nine people were killed and 56 injured when bombs ripped through election offices of three candidates in Kohat and Peshawar and the convoy of a candidate came under attack in Swabi on Sunday.
According to AP,Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan’s spokesman Ihsanullah Ihsan claimed responsibility for the attacks in Kohat and Peshawar.
“We are against . . . →Read More:Terror attacks kill 9,injure 56 in KPK
A bomb blast in Quetta’s Satellite Town area on Wednesday left 13 people including two children injure,local media reported.
According to sources,the blast occurred near the private hospital and the bomb was planted on a bicycle.
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Violence targeting election officials,political leaders and workers continued across the country on Sunday,as two Awami National Party (ANP) workers lost their lives in a gun attack in Pishin district of Balochistan, . . . →Read More:ANP activists killed in gun attack
An Awami National Party (ANP) activist was killed while a party leader and candidate for the provincial assembly constituency PK-21 in Charsadda sustained injuries in remote-controlled attacks on their vehicles in Mingora and Shabqadar,official and local sources said.
The Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) claimed responsibility for both the attacks.Deputy Superintendent of Police in Mingora Yousaf . . . →Read More:ANP activists,candidates being targeted
A container supplying goods to North Atlantic Treaty Organization (Nato) troops stationed in Afghanistan came under attack when its driver was shot dead in Teddy Bazaar of Jamrud tehsil,Khyber Agency on Sunday.
The vehicle had offloaded supplies in Afghanistan and was on its way back when two armed,masked men stepped out from a . . . →Read More:NATO driver killed while transporting war supplies
A National and provincial assembly candidate of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement was gunned down in what appears to be a targeted assassination on Thursday. Fakhrul Islam Khan,whose nomination forms had been accepted for the PS 47 and NA 221 constituencies of Qasimabad and Hyderabad’s rural talukas,was killed in the Hala Naka area while . . . →Read More:MQM candidate killed in target killing
Top spy agencies told the Supreme Court on Tuesday that Pakistan has lost 49,000 lives since the apocalyptic attacks on World Trade Center and Pentagon in the United States on September 11,2001. Interestingly,government agencies had put the fatality figure at 40,000 in earlier reports.
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US drones fired two missiles at a vehicle in Pakistan’s northwestern tribal belt Thursday,killing four suspected militants,security officials said.
The attack took place in Datta Khel town,35 kilometres (22 miles) west of Miranshah,the main town in the North Waziristan region,which borders Afghanistan.
“Four drones came to the area around midnight . . . →Read More:Drone strike kills 4 militants in N.Waziristan
Parveen Rehman,a long-time director of the renowned Orangi Pilot Project (OPP),was gunned down in the Pakthunabad neighbourhood of Karachi on Wednesday.
Rehman was being driven back home when she was killed by armed men at the Qasba Mor point,according to the police.
“This seems to be a targeted attack. The killers had . . . →Read More:Parveen Rehman shot dead in Karachi
Unidentified armed assailants gunned down the district election commissioner (DEC) Quetta in the broad daylight in the provincial capital on Tuesday.
Satellite Town police official Tanvir Ahmed said DEC Ziaullah Qasmi was heading towards his residence in an auto-rickshaw after discharging his duty when armed men chased him and opened indiscriminate fire on him near . . . →Read More:DEC Quetta shot dead by unknown assailants