Youssef was arrested after he returned from morning prayers at 7:00 a.m.
I have no regrets. I'm exiting the Presidency with honour and dignity,says Zardari.
Primary concern for both countries is the lack of security for their citizens.
The strenuous task will be made more difficult due to a variety of interests at play.
US and allies complain evidence has been destroyed by shelling.
Disagreements are surfacing among members of the UN Security Council.
A number of cases are pending against ex-dictator Mubarak,who was ousted in 2011.
Obama had earlier said any party using chemical weapons will be severely punished.
Pak PM had called on the Taliban to drop arms and enter into dialogue.
Tuesday's incident came to light late as communication was severed.
Iran and Russia,principle backers of Assad's regime,have also called for impartial inquiry.
Al Qaeda's North African branch blamed Lebanese Shi'ite Muslim militant group.
Local TV stations aired footage of the frantic first moments following the explosions.
The Indian-origin Singaporean has been jailed for 12 years and given 12 strokes of the cane.
Despite the Army's iron-fisted rebuke of the Brotherhood,protests likely to continue.
Protection of Life Under Pregnancy Act was drafted after the tragedy.
US President fears US intervention could create animosity in local population.
The judge said he would not allow the 21-year-old defendant to stand trial in the veil.
The grand event is being held at Kalibari Temple in Peshawar cantonment.
Kayani said the Musharraf government's press conference had been 'premature'.