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B. 02-09 Blast at election rally Charsadda, NW Pakistan
02-10 Blast toll rises to 27 Peshawar
D. 02-29 30 killed in funeral blast Swat, NW Pakistan
E. 04-25 Blast ends lull in violence Mardan, NW Pakistan
5. 06-28 Pakistan launches Taliban offensive Peshawar
G. 08-12 2nd assembly urges Musharraf to resign West Frontier, NW Pakistan
7. 08-22 Bomber attacks police Swat, NW Pakistan
8. 09-13 Taliban seize government office Peshawar
9. 10-05 Rockets miss politician's home Mardan, NW Pakistan

30 killed in funeral blast Map of Swat Pakistan
Blast at election rally Map of Charsadda Pakistan  At least 18 people have died after a powerful explosion hit an opposition rally in north-western Pakistan Blast toll rises to 27

February 2008 ... more > Top ^
  The death toll in the bombing of a political gathering has risen to 27 with more than 50 people wounded in the attack.    The attack, which is likely to raise fears about greater ele...
  An explosion at the funeral of a district police officer killed earlier in the day killed 30 people and injured between 50 and 55

April 2008 ... more > Top ^
  An explosion has rocked a police station in Mardan near the border with Afghanistan

June 2008 ... more > Top ^
Jun.28     Pakistan launches Taliban offensive
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  Pakistan launched the biggest military push against militants in northwestern tribal region since a civilian government took power in March

August 2008 ... more > Top ^
Aug.12     2nd assembly urges Musharraf to resign   Resolution by the North West Frontier Province passed by a vote of 107-4. following a similar measure that Punjab's assembly passed earlier Aug.22     Bomber attacks police   A suicide bomber has killed at least 8 policemen and injured 7 others in north-western Pakistan's Swat Valley

September 2008 ... more > Top ^
Sep.13     Taliban seize government office
Map of Peshawar Pakistan  Dozens of militants took control of a government office in tribal region near the Afghan border , raising concerns about an advance on Peshawar

October 2008 ... more > Top ^
Oct.5   Rockets miss politician's home
Map of Mardan Pakistan  Rockets landed near a family home of a top politician, while elsewhere in the volatile region Taliban anger over a suspected U.S. missile strike

November 2008 ... more > Top ^
Nov.6   Suicide attacks kill 24
Map of North West Frontier Pakistan  Suicide bombers struck two targets in northwest Pakistan, including a gathering of tribal leaders Nov.12   Iranian diplomat kidnapped
Map of Peshawar Pakistan  Hashmatullah Athar Zada, the commercial attache at the consulate, was abducted by at least 4 gunmen while traveling from his home

December 2008 ... more > Top ^
Dec.5   Peshawar hit by deadly blast
Map of Peshawar Pakistan
  At least 16 people have been killed and some 70 injured in a heavily populated area outside a Shia mosque and near the central bazaar
Dec.13     Taliban renew attack on NATO cargo
Map of Peshawar Pakistan  Militants staged another attack against cargo terminals, destroying NATO supplies bound for neighboring Afghanistan

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