A Pakistani military court has sentenced four men to death and two others to life in prison for an attempt to assassinate President Pervez Musharraf.
Authorities say the men were involved in a plot to blow up General Musharraf's car as it passed over a bridge in the garrison city of Rawalpindi in December 2003.
He was unhurt in the incident. Days later, suicide attackers launched a second attempt on his life, killing 16 people.
Officials blame the attacks on pro-al-Qaida militants who oppose Pakistan's support for the U.S.-led war to oust the Taleban regime in Afghanistan in 2001.
Meanwhile, Pakistani authorities in Baluchistan arrested a man, Abdul Latif Hakimi claiming to be a Taleban spokesman.
Since last year, the man has made numerous calls to international media, often giving exaggerated or false information about purported Taleban attacks.