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# rawalpindi - Tuesday 30 July, 2019

Pakistani army plane crashes into residential area killing 18 people

One resident said the crash happened at around 2am.

# rawalpindi - Thursday 3 April, 2014

Pakistan's former ruler survives after bomb explodes just before his convoy passed

Pervez Musharraf is on trial for treason and could face the death penalty but some are unconvinced the government will complete the trial.

# rawalpindi - Monday 20 January, 2014

Death toll continues to rise following suicide bombing at Pakistan military HQ

At least 13 people died, with 18 others wounded, just a day after one of the deadliest bomb attacks in recent years.

# rawalpindi - Tuesday 23 April, 2013

Musharraf in Pakistan court over Bhutto killing

He appeared before an anti-terrorism court for the first time over the murder of the former prime minister.

# rawalpindi - Thursday 22 November, 2012

Pakistan suicide attacks kill 35 as leaders meet for summit

The suicide attacks were the deadliest assault in the country for five months.

# rawalpindi - Saturday 13 October, 2012

Shot Pakistani schoolgirl, 14, 'showing signs of improvement'

Sedatives being given to Malala Yousafzai were eased today, so doctors could assess her state – and her limbs moved.

# rawalpindi - Friday 12 October, 2012

Next 24 - 36 hours 'critical' for child activist Malala

The 14-year-old education campaigner was shot by members of the Taliban and is on a ventilator in hospital.

# rawalpindi - Saturday 8 September, 2012

Pakistani girl who was accused of blasphemy released from jail

The girl, believed to be 14, was arrested last month for allegedly burning pages of the Koran. An imam was later accused of having planted the pages in the girl’s bag.

# rawalpindi - Sunday 19 February, 2012

How and why the Pakistani military is making tablets

Critics argue that the Pakistani military should focus on protecting the country but others argue that the foray into the consumer market boosts national pride.