Pakistan military says security forces "foiled a terrorist attempt" to attack Frontier Corps Help Centre in Quetta. An explosive and ammunition laden vehicle with 5 armed men tried to enter the centre but forces fired at militants and stopped their entry. "all militants killed"
Security Forces kill 5 militants in FC Centre attack
Security personnel kill three suspected militants who carried out the attack.
Balochistan Minister Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti claims security forces have killed 2 armed men who hat launched attacks on a Frontier Corps center. Troops at the scene for clearance operation. No claim yet. The attack after forces killed a Lashkar-e-Jhangvi commander
Top Chinese Military Commission General arrives in Pakistan
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In the counterterror op that took Col Abid's life and injured others, 3 militants were killed including Salman Badeni, commander of banned militant group Lashkare Jhangvi (LeJ)
Suicide blast reported near secuirty forces sector office in Quetta
Two of those wounded in the Nowshera suicide blast are in critical condition, hospital officials say, while the other 10 are out of danger
At least 12 wounded after suicide bomber targets paramilitary vehicle in northwestern Pakistani town of Nowshera – police official
1 fatal casualty and 5 others injured in what according to the District Police Chief is a "suicide attack targeting a convoy of the security forces". More casulties feared
One killed, six injured in Nowshera suicide blast
Pakistani PM reiterates resolve to stamp out terrorism from country
Pakistan backed terror group Lashkar rejects Ramzan Ceasefire by Govt of India within three hours of announcement. Lashkar spokesperson says they will continuously target Indian security forces in Jammu and Kashmir, Even thinking about Ceasefire is a sin
Nepalese army chief discusses Pakistan's role in war against terrorism with General Bajwa
Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad; 3 militants arrested, weapons and ammunition recovered
Electricity breakdown in Islamabad. Almost all parts of the Capital do not have power
Afghan Ambassador meets Pakistani Army Chief after breakthrough in APAPPS talks
The Afghanistan Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity, envisaging the creation of six working groups, has become operational
National security issues must not be exploited for political point scoring: Pakistani PM
Mumbai attacks remarks: Pakistani PM Abbasi supports Nawaz's demand to form commission
The conference between Afghanistan and Pakistan Ulemas will continue, said Ulema members on their return to Afghanistan
Meeting with Pakistani Ulema was positive, and they also tried to find a solution for the ongoing war in Afghanistan: Ulema members
US Military Attache Colonel Joseph allowed to leave Pakistan he was wanted in a case registered in Islamabad for killing a local in car accident
Lahore: Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal discharged from hospital
Afghanistan-Pakistan officials resume talks on illusive peace.
Nawaz says statement was misreported, Pakistani PM tells journalists
Former Afghan military dictator Gen. Pervez Musharraf has admitted that Pakistan trained notorious international terrorists to fight against the Soviet forces in Afghanistan
Pakistani National Security Committee (NSC) has denied the recent statement made by former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif, on the 2008 Mumbai attacks and termed it 'completely false and misleading'
Pakistan's leaders will meet over former premier Nawaz Sharif's criticism of the nation's handling of the 2008 Mumbai attacks
Four killed in road accident near Jhang