Terrorism Stats in Pakistan

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Major incidents of Terrorism-related violence in Pakistan - 2012

2012
December 9: A US drone attack killed four militants, including a senior al Qaeda 'commander' Muhammad Ahmed Almansoor, in Tappi village in the North Waziristan Agency of FATA. Unidentified assailants shot dead five persons and injured three others near Shaikh Yousaf Chowk in Dera Ismail Khan town of same District in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. December 7: Seven persons killed and at least four injured as the wave of violence and killings continued in Karachi. December 6: Four suspected militants were killed when a US drone fired two missiles at a house in Mir Ali tehsil of North Waziristan Agency in FATA. December 5: At least six militants were killed and eight others sustained bullet injuries when LI militants attacked pro-government Lashkar TI post in Bukar area of Zakhakhel in Khyber Agency of FATA. Three soldiers were killed and 20 others sustained injuries in a suicide blast near the Ziari Noor Camp on the Angoor Adda Road in South Waziristan Agency. At least three militants, identified as Hakim Shahsawar, Rasool Bukhsh and Maula Bukhsh, were killed in an exchange of fire with FC in the Gebon area of Turbat District. November 29: Seven militants were killed and 15 others, including Mullah Nazir, who is considered a pro-Government local TTP 'chief', sustained injuries when a suicide bomber riding a motorbike blew himself up near the vehicle of the militant commander in Rustam Adda in South Waziristan Agency of FATA. Four suspected militants were killed when a US drone fired three missiles at a house in the Sheen Warsak area of Wana town in South Waziristan Agnecy. Other sources said that a vehicle was targeted in the drone strike. Three MQM-Haqiqi cadres and a taxi driver were shot to death on the National Highway near Mansehra Colony in Karachi, the provincial capital of Sindh. November 28: Four militants were killed when a clash erupted between SFs and militants in Akkakhel area of Bara sub-division in Khyber Agency of FATA. November 27: SFs killed four militants, identified as Mohammad Asim and Shah Faisal, during a clash at Zawa area in Bara tehsil of Khyber Agency in FATA. November 24: Eight persons were killed and 30 others were injured in a remote-controlled bomb blast near a Muharram procession in the Dera Ismail Khan District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Five persons were killed and one person injured when unidentified militants opened fire on a motorcar near Molaghori area of Jamrud tehsil in Khyber Agency of FATA. November 21: At least 20 mourners, including two minors, were killed and more than 30, including three Police personnel and five children, were wounded in a suicide blast at a mourning procession taken out from the Imambargah Qasar-e-Shabbir in Dhok Syedan area on Misrial Road in Rawalpindi District of Punjab. As many as five people, including three soldiers and a woman, were killed and over 20 seriously injured in a bomb blast on a Pakistan Army vehicle outside City Hall close to Fauji Foundation School in a high security zone of Shahbaz Town in Quetta. November 19: At least four persons were killed and several others were injured when gunship attacked militant hideouts in Mir Ali area of the North Waziristan Agency in FATA. November 18: Three persons, identified as Jehanzeb, Shenay and Saifur Rehman were killed in a roadside bomb blast in Shinkamar area of Bara tehsil of Khyber Agency in FATA. At least three persons, identified as Azhar Ali, Irfan Lai and Anwer, were killed and 12 others were injured when a five-kilogramme IED planted on a motorbike, exploded near an Imambargah Mustafa in Abbas Town, within the Mobina Town Police Station in Karachi, the provincial capital of Sindh. November 14: At least five militants were killed and six were injured during a search operation by SFs in South Waziristan Agency of FATA. November 12: Three persons belonging to the Hazara community were killed, while two others sustained injuries in...
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