Security

Iran's attempts to cozy up to Pakistan are a calculated tactic to win Pakistani support for Tehran's anti-US agenda. It's not in Islamabad's interest, say analysts.

Tens of thousands of security personnel are deployed to protect thousands of participants in planned Ashura events.

Police are building eight watchtowers in areas surrounding Bacha Khan International Airport to protect arriving and departing flights in Peshawar.

The push against the terrorist group in Syria is expected to drive the final nail into the coffin of the group's dreams of establishing statehood.

A former Taliban commander says foreign powers would not send his group of 50 fighters supplies or money unless they 'caused destruction to the highest extent possible'.

The Afghan Taliban announced Jalaluddin Haqqani's death, but analysts say the news is not likely to have a lasting impact on the terrorist group's operations.

The jihadist leader warned his deputies -- one of whom was killed days later -- of an approaching rebellion by group members.

The 2018 manifesto of Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf pledges to Expose, Enforce, Eliminate and Educate in order to counter terrorism and militancy.

Acquainting youth from Pakistan's tribal and settled areas with each other will help prevent extremist tendencies and promote peace, say officials and locals.

Iran's support for the Taliban is aimed at hindering key infrastructure projects and antagonising the United States, local officials say.

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