Terrorist Incidents in FCT, Pakistan

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Recent Events

Event ID Date State Event
68296-139839-354789 3/13/2014 FCT Islamabad Police on March 12 claimed to have arrested three Afghan nationals who were residing illegally in Islamabad, reports Daily Times.
68260-139760-354592 3/11/2014 FCT Meanwhile, a woman, identified as Palwasha Khan, and claiming to be the mother of a suicide bomber who blew himself up during the attack on Islamabad District Court on March 3, 2014, revealed on March 10 that her son Fidaullah went missing on January 9, 2014, and was involved in the attack, reports The News.
68229-139697-354433 3/8/2014 FCT Meanwhile, the Model Town Police of Lahore and personnel of an intelligence agency on March 7 arrested a terrorist from a house near Soay Aasil and seized explosives from his custody, reports The News.
68222-139680-354401 3/7/2014 FCT Federal Minister for Interior Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on March 6 revealed that Additional Sessions Judge Rafaqat Ahmed Awan, who was believed to be killed by terrorists in the gun-and-suicide attack at the Islamabad District Courts premises on March 3, 2014, was accidentally hit by the bullets of his own guard, reports The Express Tribune.
68171-139572-354140 ¾/2014 FCT At least 11 people, including Additional District and Sessions Judge Rafaqat Awan, a woman lawyer, and a Policeman, were killed and 25 others were injured when militants attacked the courthouse complex in Islamabad on March 3, reports Daily Times.
67898-138991-352708 2/14/2014 FCT The Police claimed to have foiled a major terror bid and arrested two suspected militants, identified as Daud Khan of Mardan District (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) and Hassan Khan alias Lehsan of Bajaur Agency (Federally Administered Tribal Areas) during a raid at a house in Ittefaq Colony in Tarnol area of Islamabad, on February 13, reported Daily Times.


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Islamabad 175

The original source are newspaper clippings and extracts collected by the South Asian Terrorism Portal.