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Pakistan witnesses visible decline in terrorism, including sectarian attacks

Pakistan witnesses visible decline in terrorism, including sectarian attacks

Effective implementation of the NAP and NACTA is contributing to improved security and fewer terrorist attacks, say officials.


Russia caught spreading 'barrage of lies' on social media

Russia caught spreading 'barrage of lies' on social media

The Russian Ministry of Defence attempted to pass off images from a video game as 'proof' the US military was aiding militants. Social media users debunked Moscow's claims.


Counselling initiatives aim to rehabilitate militants, prevent new ones

Counselling initiatives aim to rehabilitate militants, prevent new ones

'The counselling process helped me to understand the truth,' one former militant told Pakistan Forward. 'It has changed my life.'


Pakistan Motor Rally celebrates country's 70th year of independence

Pakistan Motor Rally celebrates country's 70th year of independence

The rally, which involved a 3,000km-long drive across Pakistan, was a clear message of hope and peace, participants and officials say.


Pakistan celebrates return of international cricket

Pakistan celebrates return of international cricket

The Sri Lankan team's return to Pakistan for the first time since March 2009 symbolises defiance of terrorism, observers say.


In photos: securing the Pakistan-Afghanistan border

In photos: securing the Pakistan-Afghanistan border

Every inch of the international border will be fenced and monitored to crack down on militancy, a Pakistani official said.


Frontier Constabulary recruits vow to defeat terrorists at all costs

Frontier Constabulary recruits vow to defeat terrorists at all costs

Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal and FC Commandant Liaqat Ali Khan laud the force for its sacrifices in the war on terror.


Pakistan mulls expansion of police duties in FATA

Pakistan mulls expansion of police duties in FATA

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police are ready to provide training as part of the mainstreaming of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, officials say.


Pakistan army frees North American family kidnapped by Afghan Taliban

Pakistan army frees North American family kidnapped by Afghan Taliban

Caitlan Coleman and Joshua Boyle were kidnapped by the Taliban while backpacking in Afghanistan in 2012, and they appeared in a hostage video in December last year pleading for their release.


Authorities register 60,000 NCP vehicles in Malakand security drive

Authorities register 60,000 NCP vehicles in Malakand security drive

No duties or taxes are levied during the registration process, authorities confirm.


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