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Pakistani police officers examine the damaged vehicles, a day after Taliban militants attacked at a police station, in Kolachi near Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan. The Pakistani Taliban say they used a female suicide bomber for the first time in an attack on the police station in northwestern Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Kashif Naveed

Burqa-clad women villagers walk past houses damaged by a last night bombing in Matni in an outskirts of Peshawar, Pakistan. A bomb blast at the house of an anti-Taliban militia leader on the outskirts of the northwest city of Peshawar killed the anti-Taliban leader and two other people. A bomb planted in a car was detonated by remote control. Five people were wounded.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

People rush an injured man to a local hospital in Quetta, Pakistan. Police say a car bomb exploded near a women's college in southwestern Pakistan, killing some people.

AP Photo/ Arshad Butt

Members of the Pakistani bomb disposal squad, collect evidence from the site of a suicide bombing in Islamabad, Pakistan. A suicide bomber blew himself up at a busy market in the Pakistani capital, killing at least one person in the first bombing in Islamabad in over a year and a half. No group immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing but the Pakistani Taliban have pledged to carry out attacks in retaliation for the U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden last month in an army town not far from Islamabad.

AP Photo/ Muhammed Muheisen

Evidence and body parts are gathered by a member of the Pakistani bomb disposal squad, at the site of a suicide bombing in Islamabad, Pakistan. A suicide bomber blew himself up at a busy market in the Pakistani capital, killing at least one person in the first bombing in Islamabad in over a year and a half. No group immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing but the Pakistani Taliban have pledged to carry out attacks in retaliation for the U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden last month in an army town not far from Islamabad.

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Security officials examine the site of suicide bombing in Islamabad, Pakistan.

AP Photo/Anjum Naveed

Pakistanis gather around the coffin of a man killed in an explosion in Peshawar, Pakistan, while waiting for his family at a local hospital. Two explosions went off minutes apart in the northwest Pakistani city of Peshawar on Sunday June 12, killing more than 30 people and injuring nearly 100 in one of the deadliest attacks since the U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden last month.

AP Photo/ Muhammed Muheisen

Blood-stained arm of a seriously injured victim of an explosion is seen at a local hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan. Two explosions went off minutes apart in the northwest Pakistani city of Peshawar, killing more than 30 people and injuring nearly 100 in one of the deadliest attacks since the U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden last month.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Zubair

Fear Is The Key Journalists in Karachi protest the killing of Saleem Shahzad

AFP (From Outlook, June 20, 2011)

Journalists protest in Hyderabad

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The coffin of Syed Saleem Shahzad

AFP (From Outlook, June 13, 2011)

Pakistani troops fire heavy artillery toward alleged militants hideouts in the mountain ranges in Mamad Gat, in Pakistan's Mohmand tribal region along the Afghan border. A top Pakistani army commander said that the military has no imminent plans to launch an offensive in the North Waziristan tribal region, home to numerous militants who focus on attacking U.S. and NATO forces in neighboring Afghanistan.

AP Photo/Anjum Naveed

Shad Bibi shows pictures of her son Kamran Malik who was allegedly picked up by security agencies, in Lahore, Pakistan. Pakistani intelligence agents have detained all members of the navy who have been fired over the last several years as part of investigations into last week's militant attack on a naval base, including Kamran Malik, who was picked up in the eastern city of Lahore. It is unclear whether Malik had any link to the raid on the base in Karachi, but his mother pleads for her son.

AP Photo/ K.M.Chaudary

Pakistanis carry a lifeless body of a man out of the rubble of a government building targeted in a suicide bombing in the Pakistani town of Hangu.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Zubair

Pakistanis gather by the rubble of a government building targeted in a suicide bombing in the Pakistani town of Hangu. A suicide bomber in a pickup truck detonated his explosives near several government offices in northwest Pakistan, killing many people, in the latest violence to hit the country since the U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

The Mehran base under attack, Karachi, May 22

AFP (From Outlook, June 06, 2011)

A man injured in a suicide car bombing is brought to a hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Zubair

Pakistani soldiers, police officers check a police building after it was attacked by a suicide bomber in an explosives-laden pickup truck in Peshawar, Pakistan. The attack leveled the building, killing two police officers and wounding at least 30 people in the latest round of bloodshed to rattle the country since the U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

People carry the casket of the Navy's fire fighter Javed Iqbal, wrapped in the national flag, who was killed in a militants attack on a naval aviation base, during his funeral in Peshawar, Pakistan. A police account of a deadly, 18-hour Taliban assault on a Pakistani naval base says there were twice as many attackers as the number claimed by the government and navy, adding to the questions surrounding the incident.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

Pakistani troops gather next to a burnt plane inside the naval aviation base following an attack by militants in Karachi, Pakistan. Pakistani commandos were close to regaining control of a naval base as they hunted for any last holdouts among a team of Taliban militants who attacked and occupied the facility for 15 hours, destroying two U.S.-supplied planes and killing 12 security officers.

AP Photo/ Shakil Adil

Latifullah Mashal, a spokesman for the Afghan intelligence agency speaks during a press conference in Kabul, Afghanistan. Mashal said that Afghan's intelligence agency had shared intelligence information about Taliban leader Mullah Omar's whereabouts "more than 30 times" with neighboring countries, especially Pakistan. There are reports that Omar has been shot dead in Pakistan, but Taliban sources have denied rumours of his death.

AP Photo/Musadeq Sadeq

Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik briefs the media in Karachi, Pakistan. Pakistani commandos were close to regaining control of a naval base as they hunted for any last holdouts among a team of Islamist militants who attacked and occupied the facility for 15 hours, destroying two U.S.-supplied planes and killing 12 security officers.

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Pakistani army commandos drive through the main gate of a naval aviation base following an attack by militants in Karachi, Pakistan. Heavily-armed Taliban gunmen stormed a major naval airbase in Pakistan's port city of Karachi, destroying two US-made surveillance aircraft and killing at least five security personnel, three weeks after slaying of al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden by American forces.

AP Photo/ Shakil Adil

A Pakistani army commando mans a checkpoint while others check vehicles as they are on alert following an attack by militants on a naval aviation base, in Karachi, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Fareed Khan

Pakistani rangers take position at the main gate of a naval aviation base following an attack by militants, in Karachi, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Shakil Adil

Pakistani rangers and rescue workers gather at the main gate of a naval aviation base following an attack by militants, in Karachi, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Shakil Adil

A building inside a Pakistani military base is seen on fire following an attack by militants in Karachi, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Shakil Adil

Fire and smoke rises from a Pakistani naval aviation base, following an attack by militants in Karachi, Pakistan. Heavily-armed Taliban gunmen stormed a major naval airbase in Pakistan's port city of Karachi, destroying two US-made surveillance aircraft and killing at least five security personnel, three weeks after slaying of al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden by American forces.

AP Photo/ Shakil Adil

Pakistani authorities present suspected militants allegedly associated with Tehreek-e-Taliban or Taliban Movement before the media in Karachi, Pakistan. The have been arrested after a police encounter recently.

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Pakistani police officers gather around a vehicle damaged in a roadside bomb explosion in Peshawar, Pakistan. The bomb exploded near a pair of U.S. consulate vehicles carrying Americans in the northwestern Pakistani city, killing a Pakistani passer-by and wounding several people including some of the passengers.

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Medical staff treat a person injured in a roadside bomb explosion in Peshawar, Pakistan. The bomb exploded near a pair of U.S. consulate vehicles carrying Americans in the northwestern Pakistani city, killing a Pakistani passer-by and wounding several people including some of the passengers.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Zubair

Pakistani police officers looks at the body of one of two officers, who were killed in an attack by militants at a security checkpoint, during their funeral procession in Peshawar, Pakistan. Dozens of militants bearing rocket-propelled grenades attacked a key security checkpoint near the Pakistani city of Peshawar, sparking a three-hour clash that killed two police officers and 15 insurgents.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

Pakistani security officials visit the site of bombing at a gate of training school in Shabqadar near Peshawar, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

Pakistani officials visit the site of bombing in Shabqadar near Peshawar, Pakistan. Taliban suicide bombers killed 80 people, mostly soldiers, at a paramilitary academy in northwest Pakistan, claiming it to be the "first revenge attack" for the slaying of al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden and vowed further "bloodshed" in retaliation.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

In Mourning Hafiz Saeed addresses crowds

AFP (From Outlook, May 23, 2011)

People injured in twin suicide bombs attacks arrive at a local hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Zubair

A man, who lost his family member in twin suicide bombs attacks, reacts as he talks on a phone in Peshawar, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Zubair

People transfer an injured man to a hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan after two explosions struck a paramilitary training center in northwestern Pakistan, in the bloodiest attack in the country since a U.S. raid killed al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden.

AP Photo/ Xinhua, Umar Qayyum

People transfer an injured man to a hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan. Two explosions struck a paramilitary training center in northwestern Pakistan, in the bloodiest attack in the country since a U.S. raid killed al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden.

AP Photo/ Xinhua, Umar Qayyum

A vehicle of Pakistan para-military forces parked outside the Saudi consulate in Karachi, Pakistan. Pakistani and Saudi officials say men on a motorbike threw two grenades at the Saudi Arabian consulate in Karachi earlier in the day. The grenades exploded but no one was hurt.

AP Photo/Fareed Khan

Pakistani security officials visit the scene of an explosion in Nowshera, near Peshawar, Pakistan. An explosion outside the district court in northwest Pakistan killed a female police constable and at least one other person, an official said.

AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad

Pakistani security officials stand near an Afghanistan bound NATO oil tanker which was set on fire by alleged militants in Landi Kotal near Afghan border in Pakistan.

AP Photo/Qazi Rauf

Pakistani villagers look at police van at the site of explosion in Charsadda 65 kilometers off Peshawar, Pakistan. According to official four people were killed and many injured after blast at a police station adjacent to a mosque.

AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad

Troops of Pakistani para military force enter, west of Karachi, Pakistan looking for suspects involved in a row of attacks on buses carrying Pakistan Navy officials which killed many people.

AP Photo/ Fareed Khan

A Pakistani mother comforts her daughter who mourns the death of her brother killed in a blast in Karachi, Pakistan. A roadside bomb hit a bus taking Pakistani navy employees to work in Karachi, killing at least five people in the third such attack this week and just days after the army chief claimed to have "broken the backbone" of militants.

AP Photo/ Shakil Adil

Pakistani investigators surround a targeted bus in Karachi, Pakistan. A roadside bomb hit a bus taking Pakistani navy employees to work in Karachi, killing five people in the third such attack this week and just days after the army chief claimed to have "broken the backbone" of militants.

AP Photo/ Fareed Khan

A Pakistani paramilitary soldier stands guard as Navy personnel examine a damaged bus at the site of a bomb blast in Karachi, Pakistan. Twin bomb attacks against Pakistani navy buses that were taking employees to work killed at least four people and wounded more than 50 others.

AP Photo/ Fareed Khan

Pakistani hospital staff treat a person injured by bomb blast ripped through a illegal gambling den in Karachi, Pakistan killing 15 people and wounded many more.

AP Photo/ Shakil Adil

Pakistani officials visit an illegal gambling den after a bomb blast in Karachi, Pakistan, killing 15 people and wounded many more.

AP Photo/ Shakil Adil

Pakistani investigators examine the remains of a vehicle after an explosion outside an NGO office in Quetta, Pakistan. According to police an explosive device fixed in a car parked outside the office of a non governmental organisation exploded killing at least one person and injuring others.

AP Photo/ Arshad Butt

Fifty people killed, many injured in suicide attack on SUFI SHRINE SAKHI SARWAN DARBAR in Pak’s Punjab. The Taliban attack came when thousands were at the 13th century shrine for the ‘urs’.

Pakistan army soldiers cordon off the area of bombing in Quetta, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Arshad Butt

Pakistani officials visit the site of bombing in Quetta, Pakistan. A suicide car bomber targeted the residence of a senior police officer killing his guard and wounding eight others.

AP Photo/ Arshad Butt

People carry a man injured in a suicide bombing in Quetta, Pakistan. A suicide car bomber targeted the residence of a senior police officer killing his guard and wounding eight others.

AP Photo/ Arshad Butt

A girl mourns the death of her mother who died in suicide bombings in Dera Ghazi Khan, after her body was brought back to her hometown in Faisalabad, Pakistan. Twin suicide attacks killed 42 people and wounded 100 others visiting a shrine in Dera Ghazi Khan.

AP Photo/ Mian Iftikhar Ahmed

Pakistani security officials visit the site of a suicide blast in Lower Dir, Pakistan. A suicide bomber struck a bus station killing many people and left many wounded.

AP Photo/ M. A. Khan

A man carries an injured man into a hospital after suicide blasts at a shrine near Dera Ghazi Khan in Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Saleem Raza

A man covers a dead body at the site of suicide bombing at a shrine near Dera Ghazi Khan in Pakistan. A pair of Taliban suicide bombers struck one of Pakistan's most important Sufi Muslim shrines, killing at least 42 people and wounding over 100 who were celebrating the anniversary of its founder's death with music, meditation and other practices abhorred by Islamist militant groups.

AP Photo/ Saleem Raza

People comfort a man who mourns the death of his family member killed by a roadside bombing in Charsadda near Peshawar, Pakistan. A suicide bomber struck a convoy carrying a prominent hardline Islamist leader in northwestern Pakistan, killing 12 people in what was the second attack that targeted the politician in as many daya.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

Pakistani officials visit the site of explosion in Lower Dir, Pakistan. Two tribal police officers were killed and two others injured when their patrol vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb attack.

AP Photo/ Rohullah Shakir

A Pakistani villager looks at belongings of mourners after a bomb blast in Matani near Peshawar, Pakistan on Wednesday, March 9, 2011. A suicide bomber attacked a funeral attended by anti-Taliban militiamen in northwest Pakistan killing many mourners and wounding more than 100 others.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

People help a person injured in a suicide attack, at a local hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan. At least 34 people were killed and more than 50 others injured when a suicide bomber targeted members of an anti-Taliban militia attending a funeral in Pakistan's restive northwest.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Iqbal

Pakistani rescue workers carry an injured person from the site of bombing in Faisalabad, Pakistan. A car bomb outside a gas station killed many people and wounded more than 100.

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A man rushes an injured person to a hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan. A bomb blast has killed many worshipers at a mosque in Nowshera, Peshawar, Pakistan, police said.

AP Photo/Mohammad Iqbal

Pakistani boys stand near Afghanistan-bound NATO oil tanker set on fire by alleged militants at the Pakistani border post of Torkham, along the Afghanistan border.

AP Photo/Qazi Rauf

Villagers visit a building destroyed by a bomb explosion in Hangu, Pakistan killing many people. The attack took place just outside the tribal regions along the Afghan border where al-Qaida fighters have long operated, said a police officer.

AP Photo/Abdul Rehman

People comfort a Christian woman who mourns the death of Pakistan's government minister for religious minorities Shahbaz Bhatti outside a mortuary in Islamabad. Gunmen shot and killed Bhatti, the latest attack on a high-profile Pakistani figure threatened by Islamist militants for urging reform of harsh blasphemy laws that impose the death penalty for insulting Islam.

AP Photo/B.K.Bangash

A security officer is reflected in the bullets-riddled window of the car of slain Pakistan's government minister for religious minorities Shahbaz Bhatti outside an emergency ward of a local hospital in Islamabad, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Anjum Naveed

Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, second from right, and family members of Pakistan's slain government minister for religious minorities Shahbaz Bhatti, gather around his body at a local hospital in Islamabad, Pakistan. Gunmen shot and killed Bhatti, the latest attack on a high-profile Pakistani figure threatened by Islamist militants for urging reform of harsh blasphemy laws that impose the death penalty for insulting Islam.

AP Photo/ Pakistan Press Information Department

Relative of Pakistan's government minister for religious minorities Shahbaz Bhatti mourns over his death outside a local hospital in Islamabad, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Anjum Naveed

A security officers looks at the bullets holes on the damaged car of slain Pakistan's government minister for religious minorities Shahbaz Bhatti outside the emergency ward of a local hospital in Islamabad, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Anjum Naveed

A Pakistani looks into the blood-stained damaged car of slain Pakistan's government minister for religious minorities Shahbaz Bhatti, outside emergency the ward of a local hospital in Islamabad, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Anjum Naveed

A supporter of Pakistan's government minister for religious minorities Shahbaz Bhatti mourns over his death outside a local hospital in Islamabad, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Anjum Naveed

A Pakistani cameraman films the blood-stained damaged car of slain Pakistan's government minister for religious minorities Shahbaz Bhatti outside the emergency ward of a local hospital in Islamabad, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Anjum Naveed

In this May 16, 2007 file photo, Shahbaz Bhatti, then head of the All Pakistan Minorities Alliance, displays a threatening letter which a Christian resident of Charsadda town received, during a press conference in Islamabad, Pakistan. Shahbaz Bhatti, a vocal critic of the controversial blasphemy law, was shot dead by gunmen who ambushed his car near his residence, the second high-profile politician to be assassinated in nearly two months.

AP Photo/ Anjum Naveed, File

Pakistani firefighters try to extinguish NATO tankers set ablaze in an attack by Pakistani militants in a suburb of Peshawar, Pakistan. Militants in Pakistan attacked tankers bringing fuel to NATO and U.S. forces in Afghanistan, killing four people and causing a massive nighttime blaze.

AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad

Pakistani villagers living in a border town of Chaman along Afghanistan, rush to collect oil spilled from an over turned tanker of Afghanistan-bound tanker.

AP Photo/Shah Khalid

Vehicles carrying coffins head to the Pakistan army training camp in Mardan near Peshawar, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

Pakistan army soldiers patrol in the vicinity of the army training camp in Mardan near Peshawar, Pakistan. A teenage suicide bomber in school uniform penetrated an elite Pakistani army training centre at Mardan in northwest region today unleashing his lethal payload in the midst of a parade, killing 27 soldiers and wounding 40 others.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

Pakistani police officers check the site of a bomb explosion in Charsadda, Pakistan. Police said a remote-controlled bomb exploded next to a cattle market in northwest Pakistan, killing one person and wounding three others.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

A view of destruction caused by a car bomb blast which killed many people in suburbs of Peshawar, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

A view of destruction caused by a car bomb blast which killed many people in suburbs of Peshawar, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

A Pakistani volunteer gives medical aid to a person injured in a car bomb blast which killed many people in suburbs of Peshawar, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Iqbal

Pakistani police officers examine a damaged vehicle caused by a suicide bombing in Peshawar, Pakistan.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

A police officer and paramedics carry the body of senior Pakistani police official Rasheed Khan, killed in a suicide bombing, at a local hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan. A suicide car bomber attacked a vehicle carrying a senior Pakistani police official in the northwestern city of Peshawar, killing him and two others.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Iqbal

People look at a police vehicle damaged by a bomb blast in Karachi. A bomb exploded near a group of people returning from a Shiite march injuring many, a police chief said.

AP Photo/Shakil Adil

A Pakistani man carries a wounded student at the site of a bomb explosion in Peshawar, Pakistan. A bomb exploded outside a school in a residential area of Peshawar city, killing at least one person and wounding 14 others.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Sajjad

Pakistani volunteers clear up the debris of a mosque destroyed by a suicide attack in the suburbs of Bannu, Pakistan. Suspected militants targeted a police vehicle and a security checkpoint with bombs in northwest Pakistan, killing and wounding a number of officers, police said.

AP Photo/Ijaz Muhammad

A Pakistani child injured in a roadside bomb receives treatment at Lady Reading hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan. Two roadside bombs exploded close to a van carrying school children and female teachers, killing two of the teachers, said police officer Tajmir Shah. Seven others were wounded in the blast in a village close to the main city of Peshawar. It was unclear why - or indeed if - the van was targeted.

AP Photo/Mohammad Iqbal

Pakistani police officers collect evidence at the scene where Punjab Governor Salman Taseer was shot dead by one of his guards, in Islamabad, Pakistan.

AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen

A supporter of Pakistan People's party mourns the death of Punjab's governor Salman Taseer who was shot dead by one of his guards, at a local hospital in Islamabad, Pakistan. The governor of Pakistan's powerful Punjab province was assassinated by one of his guards.

AP Photo/B.K.Bangash

FILE - In this Nov. 20, 2010 file photo, Salman Taseer, right, Governor of Pakistani Punjab Province, listens to Pakistani Christian woman Asia Bibi, left, at a prison in Sheikhupura near Lahore, Pakistan. Taseer was shot dead by one of his guards in the Pakistani capital, apparently because he had spoken out against the country's controversial blasphemy laws, officials said.

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FILE - In this Nov. 20, 2010 file photo, Salman Taseer, Governor of Pakistani Punjab Province, talks to reporters after meeting with Pakistani Christian woman Asia Bibi, not in photo, at a prison in Sheikhupura near Lahore, Pakistan. Taseer was shot dead, by one of his guards in the Pakistani capital, apparently because he had spoken out against the country's controversial blasphemy laws, officials said.

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Pakistani volunteers rush a person injured by suicide attack to an emergency ward of a local hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan. In a warning to anti-Taliban tribesmen, two suicide bombers disguised as policemen targeted a gathering of tribesmen and pro-government elders killing at least 50 people and injuring 120 others today in Pakistan's unruly northwest.

AP Photo/ Mohammad Iqbal

Pakistani soldiers walk through the rubble of a damaged building at the site of suicide bombing in Ghalanai, the main town in Pakistani tribal area Mohmand. A pair of suicide bombers disguised as policemen killed many people in an attack targeting a tribal meeting called to discuss the formation of an anti-Taliban militia.

AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad

Pakistani staff of a local hospital attend to a child injured by an explosion in Bannu, Pakistan. A suicide bomber struck a police vehicle at a city in the restive northwest Pakistan today, killing at least five persons, including a child, and injuring 15 others.

AP Photo/Ijaz Muhammad

A Pakistani girl who fled tribal area of Bajour with her family due to ongoing crackdown operations against Taliban and al-Qaida militants, carries a quilt as severe weather approaches in Islamabad's slums in Pakistan.

AP Photo/B.K.Bangash

A 10-feet (3-meter) wide crater seen before the CID building bombed on the night of November 11, which killed 15 people and left many injured in Karachi. Islamist militants who attacked a police facility in the heart of Pakistan's largest city were attempting to free comrades they believed were detained there, a senior minister said.

AP Photo/Shakil Adil

A Pakistani police officers sits with coffins of his colleagues lost their lives in the November 11 bombing, during their funeral in Karachi. Islamist militants who attacked a police facility in the heart of Pakistan's largest city were attempting to free comrades they believed were detained there, a senior minister said.

AP Photo/Shakil Adil

People mourn the deaths of their family members who died in a bombing on the night of November 11, during their funeral in Karachi. Islamist militants who attacked a police facility in the heart of Pakistan's largest city were attempting to free comrades they believed were detained there, a senior minister said.

AP Photo/Shakil Adil

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