Pakistan's military spokesman confirms prominent leader of Jamaat-ur-Ahrar Taliban faction has turned himself in.
by Asad Hashim
by Alia Chughtai
by Asad Hashim
- Alia Chughtai
Pakistan15 Feb 2017 12:27 GMT
At least one killed and several wounded in blast claimed by Pakistani Taliban as violence across country rises.
Asia14 Feb 2017 10:57 GMT
Pakistanis call for greater security as they mourn 13 victims of suicide attack while flags fly at half-staff in Punjab.
Pakistan07 Jan 2017 18:05 GMT
The controversial tribunals were set up in the wake of the 2014 Peshawar school attack that left scores of pupils dead.
Pakistan26 Nov 2016 04:59 GMT
Curfew imposed in Mohmand Agency following assault on army facility claimed by a faction of the Pakistani Taliban.
Quetta attack26 Oct 2016 07:00 GMT
With seven major attacks in the past month alone, the vast remote western province faces a renewed security challenge.
War & Conflict02 Sep 2016 14:31 GMT
At least 14 people killed and dozens wounded after two bombs go off at a court in northwestern Pakistan.
Quetta attack09 Aug 2016 04:28 GMT
Both groups claim responsibility for killing 70, including lawyers and journalists at the Civil Hospital emergency room.
Opinion08 Aug 2016 12:51 GMT
The terrorist threat in the country has been greatly reduced, but it is not going away any time soon.
Pakistan28 Jul 2016 11:50 GMT
Politician and ex-cricketer has frank discussion with Al Jazeera about the armed group he is accused of supporting.
War & Conflict18 May 2016 13:35 GMT
Blasts kill at least one policeman and wound dozens more in Peshawar.
Bombing29 Mar 2016 17:48 GMT
Crackdown comes days after deadly suicide bombing targeting Christians killed 72, including 29 children.
Opinion28 Mar 2016 08:54 GMT
The Pakistan Taliban may have lost the war, but it is being handed propaganda victories on a platter.
Pakistan16 Mar 2016 17:41 GMT
Explosion rocks bus carrying government officials in northwestern Peshawar, killing 15 and wounding more than 30.
Pakistan08 Mar 2016 01:15 GMT
Bomber strikes outside court in the northwest, killing at least 13 people including two women and a child.
Pakistan15 Feb 2016 11:01 GMT
Classes resume at Bacha Khan University in Charsadda nearly a month after Taliban killed 21 students and teachers.
by Tom Hussain
by Aimal Faizi
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