Explosives have been found under the vehicle of a high-profile Pakistani journalist who actively covered the Taliban shooting of a schoolgirl.
The powerful bomb was defused on November 26.
Journalist and television anchor Hamid Mir had been threatened by the Taliban for his coverage of teenage anti-Taliban campaigner Malala Yousafzai.
The Taliban claimed responsibility for the October shooting of the 15-year-old, who campaigned in support of girls' education in her home district in northwest Pakistan's Swat Valley.
She was shot in the head and neck and is being treated in a hospital in Britain.
The Pakistani government has offered a reward of $500,000 for information on who was responsible for the attempted murder of Mir.
Earlier this year, the France-based organization Reporters Without Borders ranked Pakistan as the world's most dangerous country for journalists.
Based on reporting by Reuters and AFP