The colourful images painted onto trucks encourage education for girls and advocate against forced marriages.
Officials are taking steps to counter a coordinated and long-running Iranian online propaganda and disinformation campaign in Pakistan.
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has established five shelter homes under Prime Minister Imran Khan's 100-day plan. They accommodate about 450 homeless.
Suspects arrested in connection with the attacks are members of the al-Mehdi faction of Sipah-e-Muhammad Pakistan (SMP), a proscribed Iran-backed Shia terrorist group, say Pakistani officials.
The military, ideological and cyber wars being waged against ISIS have greatly impaired the group's media capabilities.
Iran's financial and military support for the Taliban across Afghanistan is meant to prolong and expand the Afghan war, officials say.
The body is denouncing clerics who pronounce fatwas that favour suicide attacks or falsely label individuals as non-Muslims.
Christmas trees, colourful lights and glittery decorations signal the start of Christmas celebrations.
The Police Assistance Lines (PAL) are direct forms of communication between the police and students and faculty at the University of Peshawar to help them in police-related matters.
Pakistan officials are investigating whether the Iranian suspects were linked with Iranian intelligence, an official from the Federal Investigation Agency said.
The Naya Pakistan Housing Programme will directly benefit 170 industries, according to economists.
The 120-bed facility has 50 reserved beds for burn and trauma patients, who previously had to travel outside the province to receive treatment.
By 2019, a total of 830km of fence is expected to be completed, sealing off the border of the former Federally Administered Tribal Areas and Chitral District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Crushed by more than a decade of operations, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan is unraveling, and the Pakistani government and army are ensuring it won't make a return.
The tax was recommended by the World Health Organisation; any proceeds from it will go to improving public health.
Banks operating in Pakistan have started to conduct biometric verification of account holders, meant to weed out phony accounts and to contain money laundering.
A government ban on traditional brick kilns through December has workers concerned for their future as officials search for alternative technologies.
Hundreds of Pakistani religious leaders and scholars gathered at a conference in Quetta in December to promote Paigham-e-Pakistan, a fatwa that condemns suicide attacks and terrorism.
Khwendo Kor, a non-profit, is working through its growing network to overcome religious intolerance by advancing interfaith relations and societal harmony.
The Youth Anti-Terrorism Organisation is planning to build apartments for widows facing financial difficulties after losing their primary breadwinners to terrorism.
'Peace is our motive,' said the organiser of the tournament.
TLP leaders are being charged with sedition and terrorism over protests and inciting violence after the Supreme Court acquitted a Christian woman of blasphemy.
The special exercises occurred at the more than 9,000-feet high in the mountains of Shogoor valley.