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Iranian 'cyber terrorism' targets Pakistanis on social media, news websites

Iranian 'cyber terrorism' targets Pakistanis on social media, news websites

Officials are taking steps to counter a coordinated and long-running Iranian online propaganda and disinformation campaign in Pakistan.


Taliban arms cache points to Iran's efforts to expand Afghan war

Taliban arms cache points to Iran's efforts to expand Afghan war

Iran's financial and military support for the Taliban across Afghanistan is meant to prolong and expand the Afghan war, officials say.


KP Police launch communication project at University of Peshawar

KP Police launch communication project at University of Peshawar

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.


More than a quarter of the Afghan-Pakistan border fence completed

More than a quarter of the Afghan-Pakistan border fence completed

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.


Iran accused of blowing up mosques to instigate religious war in Afghanistan

Iran accused of blowing up mosques to instigate religious war in Afghanistan

A host of former Afghan officials say Iran is deliberately stoking sectarian tensions in Afghanistan to drive up recruitment in its militias fighting in proxy wars across the region.


Pakistanis stand united against terrorism after attacks in Orakzai, Karachi

Pakistanis stand united against terrorism after attacks in Orakzai, Karachi

Dozens were killed in a suicide bombing in Orakzai, while a shooting at the Chinese consulate in Karachi left two officers and two bystanders dead.


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.


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