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Handmade drawings vs. satellite imagery: US military pinpoints downed drone's flight

Handmade drawings vs. satellite imagery: US military pinpoints downed drone's flight

The US military provided a precise map that utilised satellite technology to show where the drone had been flying, while the Iranians drew a contrary map by hand.


Iran's Zainabiyoun Brigade sets sights on Pakistani migrants, pilgrims

Iran's Zainabiyoun Brigade sets sights on Pakistani migrants, pilgrims

Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps is mainly targeting Pakistani Shia youngsters who entered Iran on pilgrimage or work visas for recruitment in its militias fighting in Syria and elsewhere.


Tribal residents in Wana welcome 1st police station in wake of KP merger

Tribal residents in Wana welcome 1st police station in wake of KP merger

A total of 25 police stations are planned for South Waziristan and other areas in KP.


US releases more incriminating evidence of Iranian regime's role in tanker attacks

US releases more incriminating evidence of Iranian regime's role in tanker attacks

The US military also announced the deployment of 1,000 troops to the Middle East, while Tehran set a countdown until it breaches a nuclear deal.


Suspected Iranian attacks on oil tankers represent 'clear threat' to global trade

Suspected Iranian attacks on oil tankers represent 'clear threat' to global trade

The world community is coming to terms with the reality that the Iranian regime is trying to disrupt the free flow of commerce through the vital Strait of Hormuz.


Once militant-ridden Malakand sees surge of tourists during Eid

Once militant-ridden Malakand sees surge of tourists during Eid

Thousands of tourists celebrating Eid this year flocked the Malakand Division in KP as improved security and peace have returned to the region.


KP bomb defuser 'Tiger' celebrated for two decades of fighting terrorism

KP bomb defuser 'Tiger' celebrated for two decades of fighting terrorism

Inayatullah Khan, also known as Tiger, has garnered hero status for destroying more than 4,500kg of explosives in his 19 years of service.


Resurgent Taliban-ISIS clashes near Afghan border force thousands to flee

Resurgent Taliban-ISIS clashes near Afghan border force thousands to flee

Skirmishes between the two rival insurgent groups continue in Afghanistan while in Pakistan authorities are on alert after ISIS declared the country a new 'province' last week.


Authorities on alert as ISIS declares Pakistan a new 'province'

Authorities on alert as ISIS declares Pakistan a new 'province'

ISIS recently has claimed a number of attacks in the country, as its propaganda efforts are focusing more and more on South Asia.


Pakistan-Iran joint border force to combat terrorism is 'contradictory,' say observers

Pakistan-Iran joint border force to combat terrorism is 'contradictory,' say observers

Iran's export of state-sponsored terrorism makes it an unreliable partner, say analysts.


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