Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf denounced treason charges against him as a 'vendetta'

Pervez Musharraf: Bomb found on route to former Pakistan president's treason trial

The former Pakistani president failed to appear at his own treason trial on Wednesday because of security concerns. Police defused a bomb near Pervez Musharraf's home just hours before he was to appear.

Protesters burn the US flag in Peshawar yesterday

Cricketer turned politician Imran Khan leads anti-drone protesters in blockade of key Nato supply line

Thousands rally in Peshawar, amid fears the CIA will aim unmanned anti-Taliban strikes deeper into Pakistani territory

A Pakistan International Airlines Airbus A310 pictured at Leeds Bradford Airport in 2011

Pilot jailed for turning up drunk to fly 156 people from UK to Pakistan

The 55-year-old was breath-tested at Leeds Bradford Airport in September

Nasiruddin Haqqani was said to be the main financier of the Taliban-linked Haqqani network militant group

Nasiruddin Haqqani: Senior leader of Taliban-linked militant group 'shot dead' in Pakistan

Elder brother of Sirajuddin Haqqani acted as a conduit for the group to elements within al-Qa’ida

Pervez Musharraf

Former Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf freed from house arrest

Former president of Pakistan has been granted bail after spending seven months under house arrest, prison officials have confirmed

The arrest of Pervez Musharraf broke new ground in Pakistan

Former Pakistan military ruler Pervez Musharraf granted bail

70-year-old charged over murder of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, suspension of judges when he imposed emergency rule and killing of Baloch separatist leader Nawab Akbar Bugti

People light candles during a memorial ceremony for the Christian victims of twin suicide bombing that targeted a Christian Church in Peshawar, in Lahore, Pakistan

Pakistan church blast: Beleaguered Christians fear Peshawar bombing will not be the last

Soon after news of the bombing of Peshawar’s elegantly designed 19th-century All Saints church broke, Pakistan’s beleaguered Christians came out on the streets of its main cities.

Pakistani militants behead anti-Taliban militiamen

Militants beheaded three members of an anti-Taliban militia in northwestern Pakistan and kidnapped three others, a government official said today.

Nato combat missions in Afghanistan are planned to end by the end of next year

Taliban attacks Nato base in Afghanistan

Officials said three attacking insurgents were killed

Pakistan orders retrial for Osama Bin Laden's doctor, Shakil Afridi

Officials in Pakistan have overturned the jail sentence and ordered a retrial of a doctor who helped the CIA in their search for Osama Bin Laden.

Benazir Bhutto death: Pakistan ex-military leader Pervez Musharraf charged with 2007 murder of prime minister

Decision by marks the first time Musharraf, or any former army chief in Pakistan, has been charged with a crime

US evacuates consulate in Lahore as militants carry out attacks

Action follows specific threat, which is ‘not related to other embassy closures’

Koran case girl Rimsha Masih flees Pakistan to start new life in Canada

A Christian girl from Pakistan who was wrongly accused of burning the Koran and charged with blasphemy has left the country and started a new life in Canada.

49 die in Pakistan bomb blasts as Quetta mourns

Bombings killed 49 people in three different areas of Pakistan yesterday, just as Britain's prime minister was in the capital pledging to help to fight extremism.

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