Terrorist incidents in Pakistan in 2013

This is a list of terrorist incidents in Pakistan in 2013. Some of the incidents are sectarian in nature and the TTP is responsible for a majority of them.[1]

January – March 2013[]

April – June 2013[]

July – September 2013[]

October – December 2013[]

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