Nawaz vows to defeat anti-democratic forces, Imran Khan threatens a long march against the government, and the information minister says that Pakistan’s terror threat is nation-wide.
Pakistan Army announces North Waziristan operations, Prime Minister Sharif addresses parliament, and a Chinese company makes major investment in Faisalabad textile park.
The Pakistan Army has announced military operations in North Waziristan. The TTP
In a new message, al-Qaeda’s Asim Umar accuses Pakistan of betraying the Kashmiri cause and calls on Kashmiri Muslims to join its global jihadist movement.
Musharraf asks for permission to leave Pakistan, China to build Gwadar airport, and two leading commentators call for a soft version of military rule.
First Pakistan drone strike this year, Musharraf may be free to go, and senators complain about rerouting of Pakistan-China economic corridor.
Rapid Action Report 10 June 2014, 23:47 EDT Usman Ghazi, the leader of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), claimed responsibility for Sunday’s terrorist attack on Karachi’s Jinnah International…
Civilian and military leaders meet, three soldiers killed in North Waziristan, and two Frontier Corps officers killed in Balochistan.
10 June 2014 – The PML-N government remains secure in power despite its extended standoff with the army. However, a number of latent threats exist that could boost the emerging movement that seeks to bring the government down.
10 June 2014 – As China pushes forward with an ambitious investment plan in Pakistan, with a potential of up to $40 billion worth of projects, the bilateral relationship is being tested by a rise in attacks by Uighur militants in China and growing threats from insurgents in Pakistan.