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The trauma centres will serve the communities in North and South Waziristan, especially those that have suffered from physical and mental impacts of terrorism.

Sara Khan's archery club is the first of its kind in which both male and female players are trained by a female coach.

The delegation expressed Afghanistan's desire to work closely with Pakistan on finding a political solution to peace with the Taliban.

The purpose of the provincial Blood Donors Corner is to create a list of blood donors that is readily available to help in case of a terrorist attack or another emergency.

Government authorities and religious scholars on both sides of the border are working to counter anti-vaccination propaganda and end the preventable disease.

A report finds a significant drop in the average monthly militant attacks, from 35 in 2017 to 19 in 2018.

The objective of the policy is to raise the quality of governance, provide advanced training to youth, digitise the economy and improve access to secure and fast internet connectivity.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, especially in Dara Adamkhel and Peshawar, has a centuries-old history of manufacturing small arms.

Maj. Langlands spent more than seven decades in Pakistan, educating many of the country's future leaders and military officers.

Among the estimated 3,053 police officers who were provided basic bomb disposal training, 86 of them are female.

The admission of official talks between Iran and the Taliban by a senior official underscores Iran's continuing malign influence in Afghanistan.