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Sindh forms Anti-Riot Force to maintain peace during violent protests

Sindh forms Anti-Riot Force to maintain peace during violent protests

The specialised police force will be deployed in major cities of the province to ensure that demonstrations remain peaceful, officials say.


Far fewer ISIS foreign fighters enter Iraq, Syria

Far fewer ISIS foreign fighters enter Iraq, Syria

The number of foreign fighters flowing into Iraq and Syria each month has declined to about 100 from a peak of about 1,500 three years ago.


'Father of Taliban' Maulana Sami ul Haq assassinated in Rawalpindi

'Father of Taliban' Maulana Sami ul Haq assassinated in Rawalpindi

Sami ul Haq was the chief of his own political faction -- Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (S) -- and led the controversial Haqqania madrassa. He was found stabbed to death in Rawalpindi.


Military operations, clashes with Taliban thwart ISIS expansion in Afghanistan

Military operations, clashes with Taliban thwart ISIS expansion in Afghanistan

Military efforts on both sides of the Afghan-Pakistan border, in combination with ongoing clashes between the two terrorist groups, have seriously weakened ISIS's ambitions in the region.


TTP fissures on display in new strategy document

TTP fissures on display in new strategy document

Shattered by military operations and public rejection, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan outlined a new strategy for militants that inadvertently highlights its leaders' frustrations and fears.


Iran ratchets up pressure on Pakistan over kidnapped Iranian soldiers

Iran ratchets up pressure on Pakistan over kidnapped Iranian soldiers

Iranian officials have slammed Pakistan for its alleged bad faith, saying it hasn't lived up to its promises to clean up the bordering province, which is a safe haven for terrorist groups.


Pakistani army transfers power to civilian authorities in Swat after 11 years

Pakistani army transfers power to civilian authorities in Swat after 11 years

The historic move has led to hopes for a new era of peace and development in the region, which was once wracked by militancy.


Iran declares Pakistan 'responsible' for soldier kidnappings

Iran declares Pakistan 'responsible' for soldier kidnappings

Iran vowed to take action after at least 11 Iranian security personnel were abducted near the border, but Pakistani officials say the incident highlights Iran's 'incompetence'.


Restoration of peace ends misery of more than 1 million tribal IDPs

Restoration of peace ends misery of more than 1 million tribal IDPs

The government has started many developmental projects in the area after years of Taliban militancy.


Iran, Russia block peace in Afghanistan, says former Taliban commander

Iran, Russia block peace in Afghanistan, says former Taliban commander

Determined to entangle the United States and its partners in Afghanistan, Russia and Iran have engaged in subversion, including backing the Taliban.