Ten Pakistan Army soldiers martyred in terrorist attacks in North Waziristan, Balochistan

The incident happened when the soldiers were on regular duty patrolling the border.

US, Afghanistan agree to accelerate Afghan peace talks

Pompeo assured Ghani that there has been no change to President Trump's South Asia strategy.

Afghan president seeks 'clarification' after Trump war comments

Trump said Pakistan would help the US "extricate" itself from Afghanistan

Air strike kills eight Afghan civilians

The deaths come amid a flare-up in violence across war-torn Afghanistan

From Kabul to Baghdad, a tale of two 'Green Zones'

Most Kabul residents have been locked out of the area for years.

At least 12 dead in Taliban attack on Afgan police HQ

The assault comes amid a series of peace talks between Washington and the Taliban

Taliban to talk to Swedish NGO after Afghan clinic closures

The closures came after Afghan forces last week raided a clinic run by the NGO

Taliban kill more than 20 Afghan commandos: officials

The Taliban claimed responsibility, saying over 30 soldiers had been killed.

Taliban close Afghan health facilities run by Swedish group

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid confirmed the closure of the NGO's facilities.

Pakistan joins US-led call for Afghan ceasefire, talks

Pakistan joined the three powers in talks in Beijing that come as US moves closer to an agreement.

Afghan commandos killed four at medical clinic: HRW

HRW said deliberate attacks on medical facilities are war crimes.

Library bus brings books and dreams to Afghan children

Afghanistan now has one of the world's lowest literacy rates.

Pakistan urges global cooperation for breaking nexus between terrorism, organised crime

She spoke on the threats to international peace and security at UN Security Council.

Taliban assurance of 'women's rights' has big caveat

Participants at the Doha summit agreed that "assuring women rights is vital for a durable peace.

Afghan rivals resume talks for peace

Around 70 delegates are attending two-day gathering which has been organised by Germany and Qatar.

Afghan foes meet in bid to secure peace

Washington wants to seal a political deal with the Taliban ahead of Afghan presidential polls.

Prime suspect involved in Chinese consulate attack arrested

The investigation officers have collected critical information from him during interrogation.

Kabul students pick through debris after deadly blast

The bombing -- and an ensuing shootout -- wounded scores of people including 50 children

Taliban bombers kill 19, including Afghan election workers

The militants rammed four armoured vehicles packed with explosives into a government compound

Taliban condemned for threats to media in Afghanistan

President Ashraf Ghani's office condemned the threats by the insurgent group

US, Taliban aim to firm up date for foreign force exit from Afghanistan

A seventh round of talks between the warring sides begins on Saturday in Qatar's capital of Doha

Suicide bomber kills 9 in eastern Afghanistan

Afghan security forces come under near-daily attacks by both Taliban and IS-affiliated fighters.

Six dead in IS-claimed blast at Kabul military academy

Police and security forces in and around Kabul have come under frequent attack in recent weeks

UN says Afghan captives held by Taliban subjected to abuse

Taliban spokesman condemned the UN statement as "untrue propaganda" and claimed it was "baseless."

Afghan security forces killed in US strike in Helmand

Afghan and US forces have intensified the aerial bombardment of Taliban and IS group militants

Afghan election workers must prepare for September poll: US

Afghan people deserve the opportunity to choose their next leadership through transparent election

At least three dead as blasts rock eastern Afghan city

Violence in Afghanistan has continued apace even during the holy month of Ramadan

Pentagon to transfer $1.5b to border wall from Afghan forces, other areas

US military had more than 4,000 service members on the border along with 19 aircraft.

Sixth round of Taliban-US peace talks end

The United States has been pushing the Taliban to agree to a ceasefire

Kabul attackers target foreign aid group with blast, dozens wounded

Authorities cordoned off the site in the capital's upscale Shahr Naw area, dispatching ambulances.

Young Afghan amputee's joy at dancing on new leg

Ahmad received his first prosthetic at age one, and soon learned to dance

Taliban kill 13 in attack on police headquarters in Afghanistan

The Taliban have stepped up attacks on security installations

Ashraf Ghani telephones PM Imran, discusses peace process, regional connectivity

Pakistan is ready for any cooperation which will lead to peace and stability in Afghanistan.

NATO drops another Afghanistan war metric: US watchdog

The numbers showed massive losses for the local forces, reaching several thousand per year.

Kabul on lockdown as assembly discusses peace with the Taliban

Loya jirga is being held as the US and Taliban are discussing a possible foreign troop withdrawal

Afghan president opens grand assembly in bid to gain initiative in Taliban talks

A Loya Jirga is aimed at building consensus among various ethnic groups and tribal factions

Women seek voice in Afghan peace talks to protect gains

Women are already meeting resistance to having a strong voice in the talks.

US agrees with Russia, China on pulling troops from Afghanistan

Taliban have made a "commitment" to fight extremist Islamic State group and sever ties to Al-Qaeda.

US regrets Afghan civilian deaths, says answer is peace

UN report found that int'l and pro-govt forces were responsible for the deaths of 305 civilians.

More civilians now killed by US, Afghan forces than by insurgents: UN

The majority of the deaths resulted from US air strikes or from search operations on the ground

Russia, US, China aim to cajole Taliban into inter-Afghan talks

China and Russia can put some pressure on the Taliban to meet Afghan representatives soon

US withdrawal from Afghanistan focus of next talks: Taliban

The conference would have been separate from main US-Taliban peace talks.

Afghan supreme court extends Ghani's term until delayed elections

Ghani was elected in 2014 in a closely contested poll that was mired by allegations of fraud

Afghan women go online to set #myredline for peace

Across Afghanistan, women have taken to social media to join a campaign dubbed #MyRedLine

Hundreds of Afghan delegates to meet with Taliban in Doha

The last time the Taliban met with the Afghan government was at secretive talks in Pakistan in 2015

Taliban team at Afghan peace talks in Qatar to include women: spokesman

There will be women among Taliban delegation members in the Doha, Qatar meeting,” Zabihullah said.

PM Imran Khan to visit Quetta after Hazarganji blast

He is scheduled to preside over a meeting to analyse peace and security situation in Balochistan.

Unexploded mortar shell kills seven children in Afghanistan

The incident appears to be the latest instance of discarded ordnance claiming civilian lives

Hague court turns down Afghan war crimes probe as US hails victory

The judges decided that an investigation into the situation in Afghanistan at this stage

Taliban announce 'ban' on Red Cross, WHO in Afghanistan

According to a Taliban statement, the ICRC had not "acted upon its agreements" with the Taliban.

Convoy targeted at US base in Afghanistan: Afghan officials

The US-led NATO mission in Kabul did not confirm whether any such explosion had taken place

US acknowledges Pakistan's sacrifices in war against terror

General Kenneth F McKenzie reaffirmed the US commitment to security and stability in the region.

Amid turmoil, NATO in Afghanistan marks anniversary

Trump is fed up with the war, which has killed over 2,300 troops and cost US taxpayers $1tr.

Military courts cease to function as extension in limbo

This implies that no new cases can be lodged with the military courts.

US envoy says 'real strides' made in Taliban talks

It is unclear as yet when the next round of talks will take place.

US negotiators to meet Taliban delegation in Islamabad on Feb 18: Taliban spokesman

Taliban officials say they want all foreign troops out before a ceasefire.

US envoy in Taliban talks to discuss push for peace

He has expressed cautious optimism about the prospect of a deal

Trump pushes withdrawal from 'endless' Afghanistan, Syria wars

He said the United States will not give up its bases in Iraq.

Pakistan to open consulate in Mazar-e-Sharif today

Pakistan urged the Afghan govt to ensure security of its diplomatic mission in Mazar-e-Sharif.

Trump acknowledges Pakistan's efforts in US-Taliban dialogue: Fawad Chaudhary

The federal information minister maintained that US' policy towards Pakistan has been changing.

Foreign minister lauds Pakistan's efforts in US-Taliban deal

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi spoke to a press conference in Multan.

US Senator Graham urges President Trump to meet PM Khan

With Prime Minister Khan we have a unique opportunity to change our relationship.

Afghan Peace Process: Talks with Taliban likely to be held in Islamabad

Pakistan has decided to invite Afghan Taliban in Islamabad to hold next round of peace talks.

Security forces arrest terrorist in Chaman, seize suicide jacket

The explosives and the suicide jacket were to be used in terrorism in Pakistan.

Afghanistan says end to war a 'dream' without Taliban talking to government

The United States is pressing Taliban leaders to sit down with Afghan government officials

Taliban kill 21 Afghan security forces, threaten city

The Taliban confirmed the attacks, saying their fighters had captured three checkpoints

Afghan Taliban says 'post-occupation' discussed with Iran

The remarks come after Iran confirmed Monday that the Taliban had visited Tehran

Top US commander in Afghanistan sees peace opportunity in 2019

The longest American war effort has since killed nearly 140,000 people

Iran says Afghan Taliban were in Tehran for peace talks

The Taliban also met with the United States, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia in the United Arab Emirates

Afghan presidential election delayed until July 20

The presidential ballot was originally scheduled for April 20.

'Worse everyday': Afghans expect 2019 to be even deadlier

After a year of record bloodshed, Afghans are bracing for an even deadlier 2019

Iran held talks with Afghan Taliban amid peace push

Iran and Afghanistan share a nearly 600-mile border, and have a complex relationship in recent years

Chinese consulate attack mastermind Aslam Achu killed in Afghanistan

Aslam Achu was at the house along with his accomplices at the time of the attack.

Attack on government building in Afghan capital leaves 43 dead

Some of the attackers rampaged through the building of the Ministry for Martyrs and Disabled Persons

Top US commander in Afghanistan says no orders to pull out

US troops make up bulk of Resolute Support mission to train and advise local forces

Afghan leader replaces top security chiefs in major shake-up

The unexpected move stunned and dismayed foreign diplomats and Afghan officials in Kabul

Credit of Pakistan brokered US-Taliban talks goes to PTI govt: FM

We need peace on our eastern and western fronts if we want to take the nation out of poverty

Govt committed to take terror war to its logical conclusion: Qureshi

Shah Mehmood said Pakistan was pursuing friendly and cooperative relations with all countries.

Afghans pessimistic ahead of 2019 elections, survey shows

Only a third of those surveyed - 32.8 percent - said the country was moving in the right direction

US airstrike kills key Taliban leader in Afghanistan

A US force spokesman in Afghanistan confirmed the airstrike had killed the Taliban shadow governor.

US touts new evidence of Iranian weaponry in Yemen, Afghanistan

The Pentagon offered a detailed explanation of why it believed the arms on display came from Iran

Afghanistan election to be held on time

The Afghan constitution requires the presidential election take place no later than April 22.

Indian, Afghan agencies funded attack on Chinese consulate

LEAs arrested three alleged facilitators in connection with attack.

At least nine Afghan soldiers killed in suicide attack on mosque

President Ashraf Ghani condemned the attack as "inhumane", and ordered an investigation

COAS confirms death sentence of 11 hardcore terrorists

The Special Military Courts tried these terrorists and awarded them death penalties

At least 50 killed in suicide attack on Kabul religious gathering

Initial information suggests it was caused by a suicide bomber

Pakistan's honour, security shall always stay premier: COAS

Pakistan has successfully fought against terrorism while also contributing to regional peace

We will now do what is best for Pakistan's interests, PM tells Trump

Pakistan has suffered enough fighting US's war

Trump continues diatribe against Pakistan

We no longer pay Pakistan the $Billions because they would take our money and do nothing for us

Afghan Peace Council tells Taliban it is ready for talks

The meeting, which underlines Russia's desire to be involved in any settlement in Afghanistan

US war on terror has killed at least 65,000 people in Pakistan

At least 23,000 civilians and 8,832 security officials died in war on terror in Pakistan.

Taliban confirms delegation to attend Moscow peace talks

The confirmation comes a day after Afghanistan's High Peace Council

Ghani to seek re-election in Afghan presidential poll

Ghani's presidency has been marred by growing militant violence, record-high civilian casualties

Afghanistan probes claims at least 14 civilians killed in raid on Islamic State

Provincial governor spokesman Attaullah confirmed there had been casualties in the operation

NATO soldier killed in Taliban-claimed attack in Afghanistan

Fifteen suspects have been arrested over the shooting so far

FC personnel kill terrorist in Balochistan raid

FC personnel also recovered huge cache of arms and ammunition.

More than 130 casualties as violence rocks chaotic Afghan elections

Eight explosions were recorded in the eastern province of Nangarhar

Dozens of casualties as explosions rock chaotic Afghan elections

The Italian NGO Emergency said 37 people had been taken to its trauma hospital in Kabul

Pakistan closes Chaman, Torkham gates on Afghanistan's request

US and NATO commander General Scott Miller was not hurt in the attack

Afghanistan delays elections in Kandahar after Taliban attack

The Independent Election Commission would announce the new date

Afghan police, intelligence chiefs among three killed in Taliban attack

An Afghan journalist working for state media also died

Afghan war veterans prepare for battle at Invictus Games

Wounded soldiers of Afghanistan war are being dauntless and are planning to take part in games.

Taliban confirm meeting with US peace envoy in Qatar

The Taliban statement was issued as Khalilzad returned to Kabul after a regional trip

At least 14 killed in bomb attack on Afghan election rally

Interior ministry deputy spokesman Nasrat Rahimi said most of the 14 killed were civilians

Afghan casualties from air strikes up 39 percent: UN

The United States is the only foreign force known to carry out air strikes in Afghanistan

Afghan election candidate among eight killed in suicide attack

Asikzai, a young first-time candidate, was campaigning on a platform of "positive change"

Taliban urge Afghans to boycott polls, reject peace talks

The Oct 20 vote, seen by international partners as a dry run for presidential elections next year

Nobel Peace Prize 2018: Rape victim's Messiah Mukwege and rape-victim-turned-activist Nadia are honored

The pair won the award "for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war''

Pakistan's sacrifices in war against terrorism be acknowledged: Afridi

The German ambassador appreciated efforts of Pakistan for peace and security

6 myths holding back the role of women as peace builders

Bringing a Gender Perspective to the Negotiating Table is important.

Pakistan condemns terrorist attack in Afghanistan

Pakistan will continue supporting the Afghan people and the government for durable peace

Analysts believe FM Qureshi presented Pakistani viewpoint well than Nawaz Sharif

Speech of FM Shah Mehmood Qureshi was in Urdu and quite comprehensive but results are yet unknown.

Army chief signs death warrants of 11 hardcore terrorists

General Qamar Javed Bajwa signed death warrants of 11 terrorists.

Rise of Autonomous Weapons - Algorithmic warfare is coming, Humans must retain control

limits must be defined to use autonomous weapon systems in compliance with humanitarian law

FM Shah Mehmood Qureshi to attend UNGA amid selfies and rejection of FMs level talks

Constructive engagement between Pakistan and India is the need of hour and should be taken serious.

Giving birth in Afghanistan: inside MSF's 'baby factory'

On average new mothers are kept in the ward for six hours

Qureshi reiterates Pakistan's support for Afghan Govt's efforts to restore peace

Qureshi also handed over a letter from PM Imran addressed to the Afghan President

Pakistan wants durable peace in the region: PM Imran

The military leadership apprised the prime minister about border management with Afghanistan

Four terrorists killed, three soldiers martyred in North Waziristan operation

The terrorists were also involved in an attack on security forces

World must acknowledge Pakistan's sacrifices in war against terrorism: Afridi

World community did not take the issue of Afghan Refugees seriously

At least 32 killed in suicide attack on Afghan protesters

The attack came hours after a double bombing in front of a girls' school

COAS confirms death sentence to 13 hardcore terrorists

The convicts were tried by special military courts

Chinese top diplomats in Pakistan to meet new government

Vital developments on the foreign policy horizon of Pakistan can be observed in the recent time.

Continuity of democracy imperative for country's development: COAS

Lively nations never forget their martyrs and our soldiers sacrificed their today for us

Pompeo stresses measures against terrorists threatening regional peace

Secretary emphasized important role Pakistan could play in bringing peace in Afghanistan

At least 16 killed in twin blasts on Kabul wrestling club

Most of the victims were studying for college entrance exams when the blast happened

Pakistan refuses to bow down as US persists on 'do more'

Pompeo acknowledged that Pakistan has rendered great sacrifices in the war on terrorism

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo calls on PM Imran Khan

The meeting will also discuss Pakistan’s role in war on terror

Pak-US relations: America continues demanding ‘do more’ even from Imran Khan

It definitely will be a challenge for PM Imran Khan to tackle Donald Trump. Time will explore.

Afghan Taliban announces death of Haqqani network founder

Jalaluddin was from among the great distinguished personalities of this era, the Taliban said.

Insider attack kills US soldier in Afghanistan

American casualties have fallen dramatically since the withdrawal of US-led NATO combat troops

Mutual interests to drive Pak-US ties forward: Foreign minister

He was addressing a press conference in Islamabad.

Pakistan closes consulate in Jalalabad

The embassy said that the consulate will remain closed until the security arrangements are completed

China says it is helping Afghanistan with defence, counterterrorism

China has long worried that militancy in Afghanistan could spill over into its Xinjiang region

Despite fears, concerns and stirs 'Enforced Disappearances' still is a missing truth

Enforced disappearance has become a global problem and is not restricted to a specific region.

Drone terrorism is now a reality, and we need a plan to counter the threat

State sponsorship of terrorist groups also increases the likelihood of drone attacks

Afghanistan's national security adviser resigns in break with president

The exact details of the rift with Ghani were not immediately clear

FO rejects US statement on PM Imran-Pompeo telephonic conversation

Dr Faisal says there was no mention at all in conversation about terrorists operating in Pakistan

Pompeo phones PM Imran, highlights Pak's importance in action against terrorist

Pompeo will land in Pakistan on Sep 5 and his visit is aimed at rapprochement with Pakistan

Can Imran Khan bring Pakistan in from the diplomatic cold?

Khan has long advocated a negotiated settlement with Islamist insurgents.

Afghanistan has 'unprecedented' opportunity for peace: US general

The Taliban have long insisted on direct talks with Washington

Taliban reject Afghan ceasefire, kidnap nearly 200 bus passengers

The Taliban confirmed they had captured "three buses packed with passengers"

Army chief confirms death sentences of 15 terrorists

The terrorists were involved in the killing of 45 people.

Taliban attack in north kills 30 troops: Afghan officials

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid claimed responsibility for the assault

Key Afghan city turned into 'ghost town' by deadly battles

The US and NATO formally concluded their combat mission in Afghanistan at the end of 2014

Afghan forces search for Taliban fighters after major attack

The insurgents exaggerate their battlefield gains and downplay losses incurred during fighting

Quetta carnage: Remembering the lost generation on second death anniversary

A deadly blast hit the Quetta, bleed the television screens red and mourned the nation.

Afghanistan plans to hold presidential election on April 20 next year

The last presidential election in 2014 produced no clear winner

Gunmen storm Afghan govt building, 11 die in bus bombing

Several foreign organisations are also in the vicinity

Two dead in attack on Afghan midwife training centre

Government buildings are a common target for insurgents, including hospitals and medical facilities

Election 2018: Constituencies where election has been postponed

It will be justified to say that this election is among the bloodiest one.

US commanders say Afghan strategy boosting peace hopes

The Kabul government has also said it is considering offering another ceasefire during next month

Afghan government considering new Eid ceasefire offer

There is the possibility that a ceasefire may be announced over Eid al-Qurban

Afghanistan probes civilian casualties in military operation

Kunduz governor spokesman confirmed an investigative team had arrived in Char Dara district

'No big shifts expected from US assessment of Afghan war'

Officials say Trump has shown signs of frustration over the lack of progress

Suicide bombers behind Mastung, Peshawar blasts identified

The suicide bomber behind the deadliest Mastung blast was identified as Hafiz Nawaz

Five terror suspects held, weapons recovered

Punjab Rangers, police and intelligence agencies carried out raids in different parts of Punjab.

Heart-rending Mastung blast that fetched attention from everywhere

It undoubtedly, is one of heart-breaking incidents after APS that Pakistani nation has to go through

Civilian deaths in war-torn Afghanistan hit record high: UN

More than half of the civilian casualties were caused by the Afghan Air Force.

Peshawar, Bannu, Mastung: How many more lives will immolate?

Dauntless Pakistanis have been offering their lives for decades. Hope we have a tranquil Pakistan.

Yet another Bilour: Haroon Bilour lost his life

Leaders having diversified thoughts have been targeted multiple times.

FAFEN report: Relations with neighbors and US worsened in PML-N government

The party that seemed to be more concerned with foreign affair issues was PTI.

COAS confirms death sentence of 12 hardcore terrorists

The convicts were tried by special military courts

FIA to block Red Book enlisted terrorists bank accounts and IDs

716 terrorists included in the 'Red Book' are set to face serious action by the government.

In Pictures: Pakistan still hosts over 2.5m Afghan refugees

More than 5.2m Afghan refugees have returned to their militancy-plagued country in past 16 years

Number of civil conflicts doubles since 2001: ICRC

Report said that approach needs to be updated to respond to the changing nature of fighting groups

#EidulFitr : Peace for Eid as Afghanistan observes ceasefire

Afghan Muslims were celebrating their first peaceful Eid since 2001

Australian commandos accused of Afghan war crimes: report

The investigation quoted unnamed special forces insiders saying some Australian troops engaged in the “unsanctioned and illegal application of violence on operations” with “a disregard for human dignity”. Photo: AFP

World less peaceful than a decade ago: global index

According to estimations from data, in 2017 violence cost the economy $14.8 trillion – nearly $2,000 a person. Photo: Reuters

'Few signs of progress' in Afghanistan: US inspector

President Donald Trump last year unveiled a much-vaunted "South Asia Strategy" to tackle Afghanistan

Ghani apologises after Afghan air strike kills 30 children

The defence ministry initially denied civilians had been hurt, then claimed Taliban had shot them

US, Afghanistan launch air strikes as Taliban attack western city

US and Afghan aircraft Tuesday bombed Taliban positions in the western city of Farah

Afghan forces, Taliban battle for control of highway in Ghazni province

With the help of US air forces, the Taliban militants have been pushed back

Pakistan reducing dependence on US, looks to China for military procurement

The shift started when the US Congress blocked sale of military aircrafts to Pakistan.

Pak-China aware of modern world challenges: Chinese Ambassador

Pakistan has played a vital role in war against terror.

Two suicide jackets, weapons found in Islamabad

Bomb disposal squad was called in to neutralize the suicide vests.

Afghan civilians increasingly targeted by militants: UN

The total number of civilian casualties in the January-March period reached 2,258.

UN reopens talks on defining 'killer robots'

Activists say time is running out before weapons are deployed that use lethal force without a human making the final kill-order. Photo: AFP

Top Islamic State commander in Afghanistan killed in airstrike

Provincial governor Lutfullah Azizi confirmed Hekmat had been killed.

Pakistan, Afghanistan agree to achieve common aim of regional security

PM Abbasi extended an invitation to President Ghani to visit Pakistan.

Pakistanis sacrificed lives for global peace: Ahsan Iqbal

Minister says blame game won't help eliminate terrorism

Afghan women launch rare protest for peace in Taliban stronghold

Women from the ethnic Pashtun-dominated region began protesting alongside men in the provincial capital Lashkar Gah demanding an end to the war. Photo: Reuters

Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad in full swing throughout country

Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad is in full swing throughout the country.

Help us to win war, Ghani asks Janjua

Janjua termed peace process a ray of light.

Peace process: Pakistan in talks with Afghanistan, says COAS

General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Landi Kotal today.

Arrested ISIS member confesses to using technology to brain-wash young girls

Imran has confessed to using mobile applications to lure like-minded young girls toward ISIS.

Major terrorist activity averted in Balochistan

The raids were conducted as part of ongoing operation Raddul Fasaad.

Heavy weapons, suicide jackets recovered during IBOs in Balochistan

The IBOs were carried out as part of the ongoing Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad.

Pakistan welcomes Afghan president's peace dialogue offer: NSA

Afghan Ambassador Omar Zakhilwal called on National Security Adviser Nasser Khan Janjua in Islamabad

FATF decides to put Pakistan back on terrorist financing watchlist

The FATF move could hamper banking and hurt foreign investment.

Dating site couple jailed for planning attacks on Britain

Prosecutors said the couple had met on internet dating site, singlemuslim.com. Photo: Independent

Security forces foil major terrorist bid in FATA, KP, Islamabad

The Afghan based TTP terrorists were cordoned near Ghatki Kaga, Mena Bajaur Agency.

Iraq to deport suspected French jihadist who served sentence

Several dozen French citizens suspected of links to the jihadist group are believed to be in detention camps or prisons in Syria and Iraq. Photo: AFP

Security forces kill three terrorists in DG Khan IBO: ISPR

ISPR said Punjab Rangers, intelligence agencies and Elite Police jointly participated in IBO

Ehsanullah Ehsan to be tried in accordance with law: Senate told

The Senate was informed that the ex-TTP member Ehsanullah Ehsan will not be pardoned.

No place for militants in Pakistan: President Mamnoon

President Mamnoon held meeting with the Chairman of the European Union Military Committee.