Mastung blast: Pakistan authorities identify suicide bomber as Hafeez Nawaz; jihadist was in Afghanistan for past two years
Pakistani authorities on Thursday identified the suicide bomber, who killed 149 people at an election meeting in the troubled Balochistan province last week, as a jihadist who moved to Afghanistan two years ago to fight foreign forces.
Pakistan blast: Toll in Balochistan suicide attack rises to 149; officials fear figure will rise as injured are in critical condition
Nine minors were among the 149 people killed in the blast in Mastung area of Pakistan's Balochistan province, and 186 people were injured in the attack.
Pakistan blasts: Country mourns over three terror attacks that left more than 150 people dead ahead of 25 July polls
Pakistanis on Sunday observed a national day of mourning after three recent deadly terror attacks at political rallies left more than 150 people dead, raising security concerns ahead of the 25 July general elections.
Pakistan suicide blast: Toll in Balochistan attack reaches 130; govt to observe national mourning day today
The death toll in the Balochistan suicide blast targeting an election rally rose to 130 on Saturday as two persons succumbed to their injuries, prompting the Pakistan government to announce Sunday as a day of national mourning over a string of terror attacks.
Pakistan blast: Quetta hospital overflows with injured patients as Mastung suicide attack survivors recall strike that killed 130
Survivors of a suicide blast which killed 130 people as it ripped through a crowded Pakistan rally described scenes of panic and horror on Saturday, as hospitals struggled to cope with scores of wounded.
Pakistan election: 133 killed, 200 injured in twin blasts targeting poll rallies; BAP leader Siraj Raisani succumbs to wounds
Explosion is Pakistan's election rally claimed 133 lives and injured 200 others. Balochistan Awami Party leader Siraj Raisani succumbed to his injuries later
Unidentified men threw a grenade into a labourers’ hostel in the Pakistani port of Gwadar wounding 26 of them, police said on Friday.
Pakistan military said that the operation by security forces in Mastung denied "the establishment of any direct or indirect Islamic State-organised infrastructure in Pakistan"
The Inter Services Public Relations, the Pakistan military's media wing, on Thursday released details of an operation in Balochistan's Mastung area in which security forces killed 12 "hardcore terrorists".