Dozens of victims in Pakistan under Taliban attack.
Pakistan's Supreme Court ordered last week to arrest Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf in connection with a corruption case in energy projects while he was energy minister.
Surprisingly court ruling threw Pakistan into political turmoil and new forces give Tahir shots of his movement "Tehrik-e-ul-Quran minhadzh" and "March of millions" against the government.
Pakistan is a nuclear power, has the eighth largest armed forces is now a strategic ally of the U.S. and China. He is a member of the United Nations and the Commonwealth.
We have strong tensions with India by the deadly clashes in the disputed Kashmir region.
University lecturer and Islamic preacher with Canadian and Pakistani citizenship Tahir shots gave the government an ultimatum to the government and squatted.
Shots that went in Islamabad along with his supporters on Monday and began a protest near parliament, made four requests during a speech Wednesday afternoon, including the implementation of electoral reforms, elections and changes in the central election commission.
As a result of unprecedented street pressure the government was forced to sign a "Declaration of Islamabad" and promised that parliamentary elections will be held in accordance with the Constitution and on time, and that the country will form acceptable to all political parties transitional government.
Now around 300 Islamist militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades and mortars, taken overnight attack near the city of Peshawar, relying on anarchy in government.
The Taliban were driven back after hours of fierce fighting.
Pro-government militia fighters said they had captured 15 and killed eight Taliban. In the crossfire killed three villagers, including an elderly woman.
The Taliban in turn said it had killed 13 fighters from the government militia.
Since 2009, Pakistani army and paramilitary forces to return "a span span 'lands by Islamist militants in a period controlled areas located a few hours drive from the capital Islamabad.