Major terrorist strikes in Pakistan (2015-2010)

December 16, 2014: 141 including 132 school children were killed in a Taliban attack on a military school in northwestern Pakistan. 

November 2, 2014: Taliban suicide bomber kills 60 in attack on a paramilitary checkpoint close to the Wagah border crossing with India.

September 22, 2013: A twin suicide bomb blast in a Peshawar church kills at least 85 people.

March 3, 2013: Explosion in Karachi kills 45 Shiites outside a mosque.

January 10, 2013: Bombing in Shiite area of southern city of Quetta kills 81 people, wounds 120.

November 22, 2012: A Taliban suicide bomber struck a Shiite Muslim procession in the city of Rawalpindi, near Pakistan’s capital, killing 23 people.

January 5, 2012: Taliban shoot and kill 15 Pakistani frontier police after holding them hostage for more than a year.

September 20, 2011: Militants kill at least 26 Shiites on a bus near the southern city of Quetta.

May 13, 2011: A pair of Taliban suicide bombers attacks paramilitary police recruits in Shabqadar, killing 80, also in retaliation for bin Laden’s killing.


November 5, 2010: A suicide bomber strikes a Sunni mosque in Darra Adam Khel in northwestern Pakistan, killing at least 67 during Friday prayers.

Sept. 1, 2010: A triple Taliban suicide attack on a Shiite Muslim procession kills 65 in the southwestern city of Quetta.

July 9, 2010: Two suicide bombers kills 102 people in the Mohmand tribal region.

July 2, 2010: Suicide bombers attack Pakistan’s most revered Sufi shrine in the eastern city of Lahore, killing 47 people.

May 29, 2010: Two militant squads armed with hand grenades, suicide vests and assault rifles attack two mosques of the Ahmadi minority sect in Lahore, killing 97.

March 13, 2010: Two suicide bombers targeting army vehicles in Lahore kill more than 55 people.

January 1, 2010: A suicide bomber drives a truckload of explosives into a volleyball field in Lakki Marwat district in the northwest, killing at least 97.

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