Eleven years after its founding, TTP is near disintegration

Crushed by more than a decade of operations, Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan is unraveling, and the Pakistani government and army are ensuring it won't make a return.

KP Police conduct counter-terrorism training in Chitral's snow-clad mountains

The special exercises occurred at the more than 9,000-feet high in the mountains of Shogoor valley.

Kidnapped KP Police official reportedly found dead in Afghanistan

Peshawar Superintendent of Police Tahir Khan Dawar, who was kidnapped in Islamabad October 26, reportedly was found dead in Afghanistan with an unsigned note.

Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad continues to demonstrate resolve against terrorists

On September 22, the Pakistani army killed nine terrorists in the Garlamai area of North Waziristan as part of the ongoing operation.

Al-Qaeda slams Muslims for doubting its role in September 11 attacks

Seventeen years later, al-Qaeda is still focused on its 'victory' in the September 11 terrorist attacks in the United States, debunking conspiracy theorists -- and proving its loss of relevance.

Pakistan sets sights on illegal money exchanges used in terror financing

Authorities have sealed the Chowk Yadgar currency market in Peshawar and detained more than 40 money exchangers as part of an effort against money laundering and terror financing.

Iran seen as long-time harbour for wanted al-Qaeda members

Iran's relationship with al-Qaeda began during the Osama bin Laden era and continued after his death with the hosting of his family.

Pakistan commits to action plan for leaving terror financing 'grey list'

A 26-point action plan covers the 15-month period from June 2018 to September 2019, which is when the FATF will review Pakistan's efforts.

'No safe haven' for foreign militants attempting to penetrate Pakistan

Central Asian militants who joined ISIS, including those from the IMU and ETIM, may be trying to enter Afghanistan and Pakistan, according to a Pakistani think tank.

Weakened ISIS stoops to brainwashing children to carry out attacks

Ravaged by air strikes and declining morale, ISIS in Afghanistan has responded to its increasingly desperate situation by manipulating society's most vulnerable members -- children.

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