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A rescue worker and security official collect evidence from burnt bus at the site of a bomb blast in Quetta June 15, 2013.
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By Safiullah While education for the poor and middle class is already in a deplorable condition in Pakistan, the few schools that have been running under government patronage have disgraceful tales of mistreatment of children to offer.
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Interior Minister Ch Nisar Ali Khan said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif would be inviting the political leadership across the spectrum to help formulate a national agenda to restore peace in the country.
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Pakistani forces stormed a hospital that had been taken over by gunmen Saturday in a restive southwestern province, freeing hostages and ending a five-hour standoff that capped a series of attacks that killed 22 people.
Fourteen female students were killed when a bus bomb exploded in Pakistan Saturday-just eight months after Malala Yousafzai nearly died in a similar incident.
ISLAMABAD: France utterly condemns the particularly heinous attacks of the June 15 in Quetta that targeted a hospital and the women's university, the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement on Monday.
London: Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani schoolgirl shot by the Taliban for promoting girls' education, has denounced an attack on a bus carrying female students in Quetta as "cowardly".
A series of bombs planted by militant nationalists in southwestern Pakistan have destroyed the 19th-century residence of the country's founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah .
Holland: June 17, 2013. Parvez Iqbal, President, Pakistan Christian Congress Holland Chapter in his messages to the families of Bus victims of Women University in Quetta, Nurses in Bolan Medical Complex, Security personnel of Frontier Corps, Baluchistan and Deputy Commissioner, Quetta expressed his deepest condolences on irreparable and unexpected ... (more)
A rescue worker and security official collect evidence from a burned bus at the site of a bomb blast in Quetta, Pakistan, June 15, 2013.
TheNation Editor-in-Chief and Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust Chairman Majid Nizami has condemned the sacrilegious attack on the Quaid-i-Azam Residency in Ziarat.
Gunmen yesterday attacked a hospital in the western Pakistani city of Quetta, hours after an explosion on a bus killed at least 11 female university students.
After a suicide bomber blew herself up Saturday on a bus taking students to a university in the southwestern Pakistan city of Quetta, between 23 and 28 people more people, including four militants, died during the subsequent siege at the hospital where many of the survivors were taken, CNN reported Sunday.
The al Qaeda and Taliban-linked Lashkar-e-Jhangvi claimed credit for a suicide assault on female Pakistani university students in the southwestern provincial capital of Quetta.
Pakistani security personnel inspect a burned-out bus on Sunday a day after it was destroyed by a bomb attack in Quetta.
A group behind assaults on Shiites in Pakistan has claimed responsibility for tandem attacks on a university bus and a hospital that killed at least 24. The Sunni extremist outfit Lashkar-e-Jhangvi announced on Sunday that it had sent a female suicide bomber to strike the bus in Quetta, capital of the restive Balochistan province, killing 14 ... (more)
National Assembly and Senate on Sunday separately passed a unanimous resolution condemning the inhuman and cowardly acts of terrorism in Balochistan.