At least 260 people have been killed in Afghanistan and Pakistan after an earthquake hit northern Afghanistan. Phone and power lines are down in the worst-affected regions, making it difficult to get exact information about the extent of the damage.
"Islamic State" has once again chosen to target Shiites in its latest Kabul attack that killed at least 26 people. Experts say the group is trying to create sectarian rifts in the country and use them to its advantage.
Good governance, speedy justice and an end to terrorism: Pakistani politician Imran Khan had promised to turn Khyber Pakhtunkhwa into a "model province" after the 2013 elections. Five years on, what has he delivered?
A global money-laundering watchdog has given Pakistan a three-month reprieve to avoid its terror financing watchlist, which could pose serious economic challenges to the country. But can Islamabad avoid it permanently?
The Taliban have issued a letter seeking to end the brutal, protracted bloodshed in Afghanistan through dialogue. Experts say it is a reaction to increased US airstrikes against the group and pressure on Pakistan.
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