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Pakistan vows to arrest Musharraf for Bhutto assassination updated: Tue Feb 21 2012 11:18:00

Pakistani authorities vowed Tuesday to use the international police agency Interpol to arrest former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf in connection with the assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.

Party: Musharraf reassessing return home after government warning updated: Thu Jan 19 2012 05:58:00

Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf is reassessing a planned return home after the government warned he will be detained as soon as he sets foot in the nation, his political party said Thursday.

Musharraf plans return to Pakistanupdated: Thu Jan 19 2012 05:58:00

Brian Todd reports on Pervez Musharraf's stated desire to return to Pakistan. Will he be arrested?

Musharraf warned again: Return home and you will be arrestedupdated: Wed Jan 18 2012 22:47:00

Pakistan reiterated Wednesday that it will arrest former President Pervez Musharraf should he return home after three years of self-imposed exile.

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.

Pakistan's paramilitary forces chief removed after teen killingupdated: Tue Jun 14 2011 04:56:00

The Pakistani military removed the chief of the Sindh Rangers as the fallout continues over the taped killing of an unarmed teenager by the paramilitary forces.

Pakistani paramilitary forces to be tried in anti-terrorist courtupdated: Mon Jun 13 2011 04:06:00

Six members of Pakistan's paramilitary forces accused of killing an unarmed teenager last week have been turned over to police and will be tried under the country's terrorism act, a police official said Monday.

Video captures shooting of unarmed man, sparks unprecedented angerupdated: Sat Jun 11 2011 07:56:00

In a Pakistani public park, Sarfraz Shah begs not to be shot.

10 Pakistani troops killed in gun battle at naval baseupdated: Mon May 23 2011 11:37:00

At least 10 members of Pakistan's military were killed in a gun battle with Taliban militants at a naval base in the coastal city of Karachi, authorities said Monday.

Militants attack naval baseupdated: Mon May 23 2011 11:37:00

Pakistani commandos battle militants held up in a Karachi military base. CNN's Stan Grant reports.

Official: 4 killed after militants attack Pakistani naval air stationupdated: Sun May 22 2011 22:58:00

At least 10 militants attacked a naval air station in the coastal city of Karachi late Sunday, leading to several explosions and an hours-long gun battle with Pakistani forces that killed four naval officials, Pakistani officials and witnesses said.

For Pakistan issue is sovereigntyupdated: Sat May 21 2011 02:01:00

Pakistan's interior minister says Pakistanis are angry over the issue of sovereignty in the U.S. raid to get bin Laden.

Pakistan's minister trying to fix ties with U.S.updated: Sat May 21 2011 02:01:00

The photo shows Pakistan's Interior Minister, Rehman Malik standing alongside U.S. Senator John Kerry, their heads conspiratorially tilted towards each other.

U.S. interviews 'hostile' bin Laden widows, with Pakistan officialsupdated: Fri May 13 2011 12:05:00

Three of Osama bin Laden's widows have been interviewed by U.S. intelligence officers under the supervision of Pakistani's intelligence service, according to sources in both governments.

U.S. grills 'hostile' bin Laden wivesupdated: Fri May 13 2011 12:05:00

Three of Osama bin Laden's wives have been interrogated by U.S. intelligence officers, according to government sources.

U.S. granted access to speak to bin Laden's wivesupdated: Tue May 10 2011 17:12:00

The United States will be given access to Osama bin Laden's wives and children, Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik told CNN on Tuesday.

U.S. to have access to bin Laden's wivesupdated: Tue May 10 2011 17:12:00

CNN's Reza Sayah talks with Pakistan's Interior Minister about U.S. access to bin Laden's wives.

Governor of Pakistan's Punjab province assassinatedupdated: Wed Jan 05 2011 07:51:00

The governor of Pakistan's Punjab province was assassinated by his own security guard Tuesday, according to Interior Minister Rehman Malik, apparently because he spoke out against the country's controversial blasphemy law.

WikiLeaks: Pakistan quietly approved drone attacks, U.S. special unitsupdated: Thu Dec 02 2010 07:15:00

On the record, Pakistan has persistently criticized the United States' use of unmanned drones to attack militant hideouts in its mountainous border region.

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.

Pakistan threatens action over NATO incursionsupdated: Wed Sep 29 2010 12:44:00

Pakistan's foreign minister said Wednesday his country may use military force to stop violations of its territory.

Interpol issues global alert ahead of Quran burningupdated: Thu Sep 09 2010 12:33:00

Interpol issued a global alert to its 188 member countries Thursday, warning of a "strong likelihood" of violent attacks if plans for a Quran burning in Florida go ahead.

Plane with 152 on board crashes in Pakistan; no survivorsupdated: Thu Jul 29 2010 02:34:00

No one survived the crash of a Pakistani passenger plane that went down in the outskirts of the capital Islamabad Wednesday morning with 152 people on board, officials said.

Plane crashes near Islamabadupdated: Thu Jul 29 2010 02:34:00

A passenger plane with more than 150 people on board crashes outside Islamabad, Pakistan. CNN's Reza Sayah reports.

Gunmen kill 5 at Pakistani hospitalupdated: Tue Jun 01 2010 09:07:00

Four gunmen opened fire in a hospital in the Pakistani city of Lahore on Monday, killing five people in an attempt to get to a suspect in last week's attacks on a religious minority, authorities said.

Gunmen shown shooting at mosqueupdated: Sat May 29 2010 12:51:00

CNN affiliate Geo TV is reporting that two mosques belonging to the Ahmadi religious group have been attacked.

Death toll rises to 98 in Pakistan attacksupdated: Sat May 29 2010 12:51:00

Pakistani authorities are blaming Friday's deadly attacks in Lahore on militants with ties to the Pakistani Taliban.

Pakistan frontier a haven for militantsupdated: Tue May 04 2010 21:54:00

Faisal Shahzad, the suspect in the attempted bombing of Times Square, was heading for Pakistan -- where he was born -- when he was arrested late Monday night.

Times Square suspect has Pakistani residencyupdated: Tue May 04 2010 08:24:00

The Pakistani-American suspect in the Times Square bombing attempt has a Karachi identification card, a document that shows Pakistani residency, and the suspect's family is from northwestern Pakistan, Interior Minister Rehman Malik told CNN.

Kidnapped British boy found safe in Pakistanupdated: Tue Mar 16 2010 14:13:00

A five-year-old British boy who was kidnapped in Pakistan earlier this month has been found safe and is back with his relatives, the British High Commission said Tuesday.

Pakistani Taliban leader disputes claims of deathsupdated: Mon Mar 08 2010 16:46:00

A senior militant Taliban leader refuted reports Monday that he had been killed in a Pakistani military airstrike in Pakistan's tribal region along the Afghan border.

Minister: Boy's kidnappers include someone close to familyupdated: Sun Mar 07 2010 08:10:00

The captors of a kidnapped 5-year-old British boy included someone who was close to the family, Pakistan's Interior Minister said Sunday.

Taliban leader in Swat Valley killed in airstrikeupdated: Sat Mar 06 2010 13:45:00

More than two dozen militants were killed Friday in a Pakistani military airstrike that targeted high-value Taliban leaders, a Pakistani military official told CNN on Saturday.

First Pakistani trip for top Indian official since Mumbai attackupdated: Thu Feb 04 2010 11:36:00

An Indian government official soon will be making the first high-level visit to Pakistan since the 2008 Mumbai attack, a trip that indicates a thaw in relations between the rival South Asian nations, the government said.

Pakistani official says house bombing targeted himupdated: Fri Jan 08 2010 14:52:00

Pakistan's interior minister, citing police evidence gathered after a deadly house bombing Friday, said people at the dwelling had been planning to attack him during a court appearance in Karachi.

Pakistan supreme court nowupdated: Sun Dec 20 2009 20:02:00

CNN's Arwa Damon interviews Rehman Malik, Pakistan's Interior Minister, about Pakistan's Supreme Court.

Pakistan allows top official to travel outside countryupdated: Sun Dec 20 2009 20:02:00

Pakistani Defense Minister Chaudhry Ahmed Mukhtar is free to travel outside the country, Pakistan's government said Friday a day after blocking his departure and sparking a national incident.

Pakistani minister denies corruption chargesupdated: Sun Dec 20 2009 09:07:00

Pakistan's interior minister has defiantly characterized himself and other politicians facing corruption charges as victims of politically motivated opponents, in an interview with CNN.

Militant attacks kill at least 30 in Pakistanupdated: Thu Oct 15 2009 20:06:00

Militants launched a string of bold strikes in Pakistan on Thursday, leaving at least 30 police officers and civilians dead, authorities said.

Pakistan arrests suspected mastermind behind U.N. strikeupdated: Sun Oct 11 2009 22:06:00

The suspected mastermind of the suicide strike on the offices of the U.N. World Food Programme in Islamabad has been arrested, Pakistan's interior minister said on Friday.

Islamabad explosionupdated: Sun Oct 11 2009 22:06:00

A suicide bomber killed five people at the offices of the World Food Program in Islamabad, Pakistan. Reza Sayah reports.

Pakistan foils suicide terror plot, minister saysupdated: Sun Aug 23 2009 10:44:00

Pakistani forces in the last month foiled a planned attack on the parliament building, the intelligence agency and other federal institutions, the country's interior minister told CNN Sunday.

Taliban leader possibly killedupdated: Sat Aug 08 2009 22:14:00

CNN's Cal Perry speaks with Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik about the fate of a Taliban leader.

Pakistan: Trio held after deadly blast kills 27updated: Thu May 28 2009 01:34:00

Three suspects were arrested after an explosives-packed van reduced a police building to rubble Wednesday in eastern Pakistan, killing 27.

Refugees survive on food 'cows won't eat'updated: Sun May 24 2009 22:46:00

It's an exodus on an almost biblical scale. And it has produced a mosaic of plastic and canvas that is now home to more than 93,000 people -- with more arriving each day.

Four gunmen die in attack on Pakistan policeupdated: Mon Mar 30 2009 19:43:00

Eight cadets and staff members were killed in Pakistan during an an eight-hour standoff Monday with gunmen who stormed a police training center in Lahore, said Gen. Athar Abbas, a military spokesman.

Pakistan: Mumbai attackers trained hereupdated: Thu Feb 12 2009 21:58:00

The Pakistani government acknowledged Thursday that "some part of the conspiracy" behind the November attacks in India's financial capital, Mumbai, took place in Pakistan.

Pakistan's link to attacksupdated: Thu Feb 12 2009 21:58:00

Pakistan admits 'some part of the conspiracy' in the Mumbai attacks took place in Pakistan. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

India maintains Pakistan link to Mumbai attacksupdated: Thu Dec 11 2008 11:24:00

India's top law enforcement official Thursday said suspicion points "unmistakably" to a Pakistani link to the Mumbai terrorist attacks. U.S. Makes Military Strike in Pakistan, 5 Deadupdated: Sun Oct 12 2008 14:00:00

A suspected U.S. missile strike killed five tribesmen in a Pakistani town close to the Afghan border

BA suspends Pakistan flights indefinitelyupdated: Tue Sep 23 2008 16:09:00

British Airways is suspending flights to and from Pakistan indefinitely following the deadly bomb attack on the Marriott Hotel, the airline says.

Dinner plans save Pakistan's rulers from hotel bomb attackupdated: Tue Sep 23 2008 01:09:00

Pakistan's president, prime minister and other leaders had planned to dine at the Marriott Hotel in Islamabad on Saturday night, when it was struck by a massive truck bombing, a government official said Monday. Change in Plans Reportedly Saved Pakistani Leadersupdated: Mon Sep 22 2008 13:00:00

Pakistan's top leaders were to dine at the Marriott devastated by a truck bombing over the weekend, but changed the venue at the last minute, a senior official said Monday. A hotel official, however, denied there were any plans for a government dinner.

Official: Hotel blast 'biggest attack' in 7 years for Pakistanupdated: Sun Sep 21 2008 21:52:00

More than 1,300 pounds of explosives were packed into a construction truck that detonated outside an Islamabad hotel, killing 57 people, including two Americans and a diplomat, officials said Sunday. Blast Leaves Pakistan Shakenupdated: Sun Sep 21 2008 15:00:00

President Zardari promises to take the fight to the extremists before departing for the U.N. in New York Pakistan's Growing Chain of Violenceupdated: Wed Sep 03 2008 11:00:00

Was an attempt on the Prime Minister's life retaliation for a controversial U.S.-led attack on the Afghan-Pakistani border? Pakistan Stops Attacks for Ramadanupdated: Sun Aug 31 2008 12:00:00

Pakistan will suspend its military operations against insurgents in a tribal region along the Afghan border in honor of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan

Pakistani soldiers uncover Taliban 'kidnap jail'updated: Mon Jun 30 2008 17:11:00

Pakistani paramilitary troops have destroyed several Taliban outposts and uncovered a jail where they kept kidnap victims, the interior ministry says.

Pakistan attacks Talibanupdated: Mon Jun 30 2008 17:11:00

Pakistani forces pound Taliban targets for the 3rd day. Terrorism Expert Peter Bergen discusses the threat to Peshawar.

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