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Around three dozen people have been killed and scores more wounded in an explosion at a mosque in the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar, according to officials.
Armed group Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has warned the country’s main ruling parties of “concrete action” against their top leadership in the government for “declaring war” against it.
Pakistan's political and military leadership has vowed no country will be allowed to shelter militants staging attacks against Pakistani soil, as the Asian country is engaged in rising tensions with neighboring Afghanistan.
Pakistan’s special forces have raided a counterterrorism centre in a remote northwestern district, killing all of the 33 Taliban fighters who overpowered guards at the facility, seized arms and took hostages, officials confirmed.
A roadside bomb targetting security forces killed three people and wounded more than a dozen in Pakistan’s northwest near the Afghan border on Wednesday, police confirmed.
A suicide bomb blast has struck a police vehicle in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta, killing at least one police officer and two civilians and wounding dozens, according to police.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has vowed to keep up his struggle to return to the country's political sphere. Imran Khan made the remarks in his first public speech since surviving an assassination attempt earlier this month.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said his supporters’ “long march” towards the capital ,demanding early elections, will re-start on Tuesday after it was disrupted by an attempt on his life by a gunman.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has rejected allegations that he was involved in the assassination attempt on opposition leader Imran Khan. It comes as supporters of the former prime minister continue to protest, demanding an investigation into the recent shooting that led to Khan's injury.
Imran Khan, the former prime minister of Pakistan, has sustained a bullet injury in his leg after shots were fired at him during a rally in Gujranwala.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has announced that he would begin a march with his supporters from the eastern city of Lahore to Pakistan's capital Islamabad on Friday to call for early elections.
A Pakistani court has issued an arrest warrant for former Prime Minister Imran Khan for "threatening" a female judge at a public meeting in August, local media reported.
Taliban's acting defence minister said on Sunday Pakistan had allowed American drones to use its airspace to access Afghanistan. Islamabad has recently denied such claims following an American air strike on Kabul.
Historic monsoon rains and flooding in Pakistan have affected more than 30 million people and killed at least 900 over the last few weeks, the country’s climate change minister has confirmed.
At least seven Pakistani soldiers have been killed in an ambush by an armed group near the Afghanistan border.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has been deposed by a no-confidence vote in parliament. The passing of the motion on Saturday came after the country’s Supreme Court ruled the cricket star turned politician acted unconstitutionally in previously blocking the process and dissolving parliament.
Pakistan's Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that Prime Minister Imran Khan's move to dissolve the parliament was unconstitutional. It called for lawmakers to return, a decision that could spell the end of Khan’s premiership soon.
A former senior Iranian diplomat says Pakistan’s army is the “main player” in the current political situation in the country, and this may lead to a new coup.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has named a senior American diplomat as the person who was allegedly involved in the "foreign conspiracy" to overthrow his government through a no-confidence vote.
Pakistan’s president dissolved the National Assembly on the advice of Prime Minister Imran Khan, foiling an attempt by the opposition to remove the premier from office.