An explosion at a house in Karachi today has killed at least six people.
A bomb at a military school in Pakistan-ruled Kashmir killed three cadets and wounded 11 today, police said.
Five Americans suspected of using the Internet to contact militant groups to carry out terrorist attacks told a Pakistani court today they had only wanted to give fellow Muslims financial and medical aid.
A bomb attack in northwest Pakistan killed a former minister today, officials said.
Pakistan's government came under renewed pressure today to bring stability to the country after one of the bloodiest bombings in more than two years killed at least 89 people.
A suicide vehicle bomber has blown himself up at a volleyball game in northwest Pakistan, killing 88 people.
A suicide bomber in a vehicle blew himself up at a volleyball game in northwest Pakistan today and a television station said more than 70 people were killed.
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Pakistan's commercial capital nearly shut down today as religious and political leaders called for a strike to protest against violence after a suicide bomber killed 43 people at a religious procession this week.
A missile fired by a pilotless U.S. drone aircraft today killed at least three militants traveling in a car in Pakistan's North Waziristan region on the Afghan border, security officials said.
The port city had been relatively quiet since the 2007 assassination of Benazir Bhutto, but residents fear all stability is now gone.
"If there was a paradise on Earth, it was the beautiful valley of Swat. It had heritage, history, and traditions based on love and peace," says Pakistan's Abdurrahman Roghani, an eminent Pashtun poet, writer, and social activist.