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A bomb planted on a bicycle at a political rally in southwestern Pakistan's volatile Balochistan province killed seven people and wounded 12 on Friday, a senior police official said.

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Pakistani politician, bodyguard killed in suicide bombingupdated: Mon Nov 07 2011 10:57:00

A Pakistani politician and his bodyguard were killed Monday in a suicide attack in northwest Pakistan, a police official told CNN.

At least 33 killed in 24 hours of violence in Pakistani cityupdated: Thu Aug 18 2011 05:42:00

A former federal lawmaker is among at least 33 people killed in a fresh spate of violence over the past 24 hours in the Pakistani city of Karachi, police officials said Thursday.

30 killed in ongoing ethnic clashes in southern Pakistanupdated: Tue Aug 02 2011 04:52:00

At least 30 people were killed in Karachi on Monday night and Tuesday, the latest deaths in cycle of ethnic and political violence in Pakistan's commercial capital.

In Pakistan's bloodiest city, violence has little to do with militantsupdated: Sat Jul 23 2011 20:38:00

At least 15 were killed in shootouts during Friday and Saturday in Karachi, police said, the latest victims in a surge of deadly violence that has gripped Pakistan's largest city and commercial capital.

At least 88 killed from ethnic violence in Karachi, Pakistanupdated: Sat Jul 09 2011 08:07:00

The death toll from ethnic clashes in the Pakistani city of Karachi this week has reached 88, local police said Saturday.

Fresh ethnic clashes raise death toll in Pakistan's Karachi to 85updated: Fri Jul 08 2011 08:09:00

Fresh clashes in the Pakistani city of Karachi killed seven people on Friday, raising the death toll in the ongoing ethnic violence to 85 this week, Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik said.

Police: 52 dead in Pakistani city after days of clashesupdated: Thu Jul 07 2011 21:28:00

Ongoing sectarian violence has left 52 people dead in a southern Pakistani city in the last few days, police said Thursday.

At least 36 dead in target killings in Pakistanupdated: Mon Oct 18 2010 19:26:00

At least 36 people were killed and 51 were injured over the weekend in Pakistan's southern city of Karachi in what officials are calling politically-motivated target killings, police said Monday.

200 arrested after killings in Karachiupdated: Thu May 20 2010 09:55:00

Authorities in Pakistan say they have arrested 200 people in Karachi after a series of what appear to be political killings there this week.

Pakistan: Targeted politician injured in explosionupdated: Wed Jan 20 2010 04:01:00

A bomb detonated, injuring a provincial lawmaker and three others in northwest Pakistan on Wednesday, police said.

Hurdles for peace in Pakistanupdated: Fri Apr 10 2009 00:29:00

CNN's Reza Sayah reports from Pakistan, where a top mediator has pulled out of the peace talks.

Pro-Taliban cleric pulls out of peace dealupdated: Fri Apr 10 2009 00:29:00

Pro-Taliban cleric Sufi Mohammad has announced he has pulled out of a peace deal in the violence-plagued Swat Valley, saying the government is not serious about implementing Islamic law, or sharia, in the region.

Bomb targets Pakistan anti-extremistupdated: Mon Oct 13 2008 11:12:00

A remote-controlled bomb detonated Monday near the vehicle of a secular Pakistani political leader, who was injured along with four others, police said.

Pakistan: Four die, seven injured in bomb attackupdated: Thu Oct 02 2008 08:54:00

A suicide attacker targeting the home of a provincial party leader in Pakistan's North West Frontier Province (NWFP) killed four people and injured seven on Thursday, according to the Interior ministry and local police.

10 killed as Pakistan politician targetedupdated: Mon Aug 25 2008 04:58:00

Militants attacked the home of a lawmaker in Pakistan's violence-plagued northwest Monday, killing 10 people in the latest unrest to hit the country since the resignation of President Pervez Musharraf, authorities said.

Government: Pakistan militant offers cease-fireupdated: Thu Apr 24 2008 10:20:00

The man blamed for the assassination of opposition leader Benazir Bhutto has declared a cease-fire now that the former Pakistan prime minister's party is in power, a government official said.

U.S. unhappy with Pakistani plan for militant peace dealupdated: Wed Apr 23 2008 14:01:00

The White House on Wednesday expressed concern with reports that Pakistan's new government is working on a peace accord with militant leaders in its tribal regions. Religion's Defeat in Pakistan's Election updated: Fri Feb 29 2008 16:00:00

Musharraf's league may have been hit big, but Pakistan's once powerful fundamentalist political parties are reeling too

In Pakistan politics, symbolism mattersupdated: Mon Feb 18 2008 01:45:00

Athlas Khan says he wants to vote for people who are honest in Pakistan's upcoming general elections. Sporting a warm smile from under his turban, the elderly rickshaw driver adds that he wants to vote for those who are working for Allah and Prophet Mohammad.

Pakistan suicide attack kills 8 updated: Mon Feb 11 2008 07:42:00

A suicide bomber who slipped into a political rally and detonated an explosive killed eight people in Pakistan's North Waziristan tribal area near the Afghan border Monday, Pakistan's state news agency said.

Pakistan election rally bomb kills 15updated: Sat Feb 09 2008 16:30:00

Fifteen people died and 20 were injured by a suicide bomber Saturday evening at a Pakistani opposition party rally, officials said.

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