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Pakistan mourns, buries victims from university attack
Pakistanis buried their dead and observed a day of nationwide mourning Thursday following the brazen attack by Islamic militants who stormed a northwestern university the previous day, gunning down students and teachers and spreading terror before the four gunmen were slain by the military.

At least 21 people died when gunmen armed with grenades and Kalashnikovs attacked a university in Pakistan Wednesday, as security forces moved in under thick fog to halt the bloodshed.
At least 21 people dead in 'Taliban' attack on Pakistan Bacha Khan university


A suicide bomber killed at least 10 people Tuesday in a rush-hour attack on a market on the outskirts of the Pakistani city of Peshawar, officials said.

"I don't regret speaking out, but since then, people have looked at me with strange eyes," laments 16-year-old village boy Irfan.
Pakistani child sex abuse victims struggle to move on


Google has launched a localized version of YouTube in Pakistan, potentially paving the way for the country's top court to lift a ban on the site over "blasphemous content."

A suicide attack on a polio vaccination center in southwestern Pakistan on Wednesday killed 15 people, mainly police who had gathered to escort health workers, who have been repeatedly targeted in recent years by Islamic militants, officials said.

Pakistan continued to face a range of internal security issues in 2015, resulting in various forms of violence.
Pakistan sees decrease in violence-related fatalities


Pakistan military courts have sentenced nine men to death for terrorism-related offences or attacks on minority Shiites, the army said Friday.

A suicide bomber blew himself up outside a government office in a northwestern Pakistani city on Tuesday, killing at least 26 people and wounding 45 in an attack claimed by a breakaway Taliban group.
Suicide bombing kills 26, injures 45 in NW Pakistan


Images of burned villages and charred bodies, clips of people screaming for help: with a wall of silence hindering traditional media, insurgents are using social networks to present a narrative of violent abuses by security forces in Pakistan's restive Balochistan province.
Pakistan's Baloch activists take separatist battle online


Two separate bomb attacks killed three people and wounded two others, including a senior Pakistani army officer, in a restive tribal region near the Afghan border, officials said on Tuesday.

Pakistan students on Wednesday marked the first anniversary of a Taliban school massacre that left 151 people dead, bearing images of their classmates and teachers slain in the incident that shocked a country already scarred by nearly a decade of attacks.
Pakistan marks one year since school massacre


Pakistan hanged eight more convicted murderers Tuesday, a day ahead of the one-year anniversary of an extremist attack that prompted authorities to lift a six-year moratorium on the death penalty.

Pakistani police charged a shopkeeper with blasphemy Monday after he banned members of the Ahmadi minority from entering his shop, a rare bid by authorities to protect an ethnic group that usually suffers state-sanctioned persecution.
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