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Pakistan and Afghanistan increase troops at Khyber Pass after border clash

Jun 14, 2016

Pakistan and Afghanistan increase troops at Khyber Pass after border clash

A Pakistani army officer died on Tuesday after being shot by Afghan forces in a border clash, Pakistan's military said, a development likely to ratchet up tension between the neighbours who sources said, were beefing up troop numbers on either side. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Nawaz Sharif #Peshawar #Afghan Forces #Khyber Pass #Torkham #Changezi
Women create history in Pakistan: Tribal police appoint female officers for the first time

Apr 08, 2016

Women create history in Pakistan: Tribal police appoint female officers for the first time

A tribal police force with more than 4,500 personnel assists other security agencies to maintain law and order in Pakistan's seven tribal districts. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Peshawar #Muslims #christians #Khyber #Landi Kotal #Tribal police
Pakistan security forces kill 12 suspected militants near Afghanistan

Apr 07, 2016

Pakistan security forces kill 12 suspected militants near Afghanistan

Dozens of suspected militants attacked a Pakistani security post along the Afghan border before dawn Thursday, sparking an hours-long gun battle in which 12 insurgents were killed, a local government administrator said. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Peshawar #militants #Afghanistan militants
Lahore blast: It is always the innocent who pays, the monster bites the hand that feeds it

Mar 28, 2016

Lahore blast: It is always the innocent who pays, the monster bites the hand that feeds it

What happened in Lahore is heinous and has no comparison for its sheer sense of horror. What sort of mind targets children and women to attain what sort of goal or underscore what sort of commitment? #Terrorism #Pakistan #Taliban #Paris #Peshawar #Lahore #Brussels #pakistani #Lahore blast
Bomb blast in Pakistan: Bus carrying government employees explodes in Peshawar, 15 dead

Mar 16, 2016

Bomb blast in Pakistan: Bus carrying government employees explodes in Peshawar, 15 dead

A powerful bomb ripped through a bus carrying government employees in Pakistan's Peshawar city on Wednesday, killing at least 15 people and injuring 30 others. #Terrorism #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Peshawar #terrorist attack #Khyber Pakhtunkhwa #Peshawar blast #Mardan
Pakistan bus explosion: Atleast 10 killed in Peshawar incident

Mar 16, 2016

Pakistan bus explosion: Atleast 10 killed in Peshawar incident

A blast ripped through a bus carrying government employees on Wednesday killing at least 10 and wounding 27 another in Peshawar. #BreakingNow #World #Pakistan #Peshawar #Asia #Blast #explosion #Saddar
Woman 'facilitator' of Pakistan air base attack arrested in Peshawar

Mar 10, 2016

Woman 'facilitator' of Pakistan air base attack arrested in Peshawar

Pakistani police on Thursday arrested a woman for allegedly facilitating 14 terrorists in a Taliban assault in Peshawar last year #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Peshawar #Taliban attacks #Peshawar air base attack
Two weeks after abduction, former Afghan governor Sayed Fazlullah Wahidi rescued in Pakistan

Feb 26, 2016

Two weeks after abduction, former Afghan governor Sayed Fazlullah Wahidi rescued in Pakistan

Sayed Fazlullah Wahidi said he was being transported by his kidnappers, blindfolded, when they were stopped at a police checkpoint in Mardan, near Peshawar. #Pakistan #Taliban #Governor #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Peshawar #Kabul #Islamabad #Sayed Fazlullah Wahidi
Indian, gone missing in 2012, sentenced to three years for espionage in Pakistan

Feb 16, 2016

Indian, gone missing in 2012, sentenced to three years for espionage in Pakistan

A 31-year-old Indian national, who had gone missing in Pakistan in 2012, has been sentenced to three years in prison by a military court for espionage. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Mumbai #Peshawar #Intelligence Bureau #Espionage #Hamid Nehal Ansari
Bacha Khan University re-opens one month after deadly attack; staff demands weapons for protection

Feb 15, 2016

Bacha Khan University re-opens one month after deadly attack; staff demands weapons for protection

A Pakistani university attacked by the Taliban last month re-opened on Monday guarded by hundreds of police, highlighting a pervasive atmosphere of fear after the Islamist group vowed to continue to strike schools throughout the country. Meanwhile, the university has also demanded the government arm its staff as it seeks to boost security after the deadly assault in which 21 people were killed, officials said #Terrorism #NewsTracker #Peshawar #Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan #Bacha Khan University #Nato invasion of Afghanistan