Terrorism in Pakistan
Police say one passerby injured, "magnetic bomb" planted in deceased's vehicle.
ISPR says militants "actively involved" in terrorist activities against LEAs, targeted killing of civilians.
Fazlur Rehman points to "unrest" in KP, Balochistan, urges government to provide conducive environment for conducting poll campaigns.
Police official says incident took place near Peshawar Public School; two children in critical condition.
Home minister says "tough decisions" taken to deal with militants; transporters suspend coach services to GB; protests against militant activity.
PM Kakar says anti-state elements will not be allowed to sabotage peace in GB.
Ghulam Ali says the provincial government and state institutions should sit together and prepare a strategy for the way forward.
Data reveals Khyber Pakhtunkhwa most affected province with 51 attacks that caused 54 fatalities and 81 injuries.
Jan Achakzai says Pakistan has repeatedly asked Afghan govt to hand over terrorists but Afghan rulers have not responded positively so far.
Diamer DC says "cowardly act" targeted a bus that set out from Ghizer's Gahkuch; GB CM sets up special investigation team.
Says there is a "big question mark" on how beneficial summoning ex-army chief Bajwa, former spymaster Faiz would be for the country.
Tehreek-i-Insaf also faces "significant threats", says home dept report.
CTD says other terrorists managed to flee, huge cache of weapons recovered.
ISPR says sanitisation operation being carried out to "eliminate any terrorists present in the area"; 2 killed, 2 injured in Bajaur blasts.
"For us, the crime of terrorists and their facilitators is equal," says Jan Achakzai.
Officials say a group of armed men raised a pickup near Dilbadin, indiscriminately fired on Levies personnel.
Expert says militant network, "lax security" measures behind surge in militancy; two troops martyred in North Waziristan gunfight.
"I think the arrival of a regular government cannot be awaited," he says.
This is the second such attack on the company in a week.
Police say Siddiqullah was on routine duty in the afternoon when unknown militants opened fire at him.
Caretaker PM says Islamabad will not back down on deportation of illegal Afghans, tells Kabul to move against anti-Pakistan groups.
Police say attackers fled while constable injured; CTD registers case against unknown gunmen and starts probe.
"Sanitisation of the surrounding areas is being carried out to neutralise any other terrorist found in the area," ISPR says.
At a press conference in Islamabad, they say they will approach the apex court on Monday.
"We have partnered with Pakistan for more than 40 years to support law enforcement and will continue to value our ties," says US official.
ISPR says three militants killed, three others injured.
Police say suspects hurled hand grenades, which exploded near the victims.
No let-up in attacks on security personnel in DI Khan; gunfight continued for over an hour before assailants.
Our security apparatus will need to remain extra vigilant and flush out not just the militants but also their facilitators.
Says "no damage done to any of PAF’s functional operational assets"; PM Kakar lauds security forces for thwarting early morning assault.