Separate explosions and shootings blamed on sectarian, separatist and militant violence shook Pakistani cities, leaving nearly 100 dead and scores wounded.
An explosion tore through the basement of a religious seminary in Pakistan's Swat Valley, killing at least 22 people and injuring more than 70, police said.
Pakistan increased its bounty Friday for Taliban leader Maulana Fazlullah from $60,000 to $600,000, payable whether he is dead or alive.
Fifty commanders of a Taliban chapter in Pakistan spent two days going over their strategy to combat the government, a spokesman said.
It has been a grim year for Pakistan. Since the start of 2007 the country has experienced 54 suicide terrorist attacks, including two Thursday, one of which killed Benazir Bhutto, a former prime minister and leader of the Pakistan People's Party. Bhutto was a leading contender in January elections.
Pakistani forces say they killed 30 militants in their latest offensive to regain control of the violence-racked Swat valley, Dawn reported Monday.
The Pakistani army reportedly has taken command in Swat from paramilitary forces to fight pro-Taliban militants in the northwest region.
Fighting between Pakistani troops and Islamic militants has resumed in the Swat valley as a cease-fire in effect since Monday disintegrated.
Pro-Taliban militants in the Swat district of northwest Pakistan reportedly reached a cease-fire with the military after heavy weekend fighting.
The Pakistani military, after taking heavy casualties in northwest Swat valley, Friday attacked the hideout of a pro-Taliban cleric.