Police in Pakistan say an assault by militants on a university campus is now over - and that all four gunmen have been killed. Security forces were engaged in a battle with militants who stormed Bacha Khan University.
While Kabul has hailed President Trump's Afghanistan strategy, Islamabad is livid over the US' criticism of its "Islamist support." Experts say it will increase uncertainty in a volatile region with anti-US sentiment.
The use of proxy jihadis in the Indian sub-continent is as old as India and Pakistan's independence from British rule. 70 years after partition, the jihadist network has become so huge that it threatens both states.
Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif has been disqualified by the country's top court in a corruption case. Analyst Raza Rumi says Sharif paid the price for his own mistakes as well as challenging army generals in the past.
Fresh protests have erupted in parts of Kashmir after Indian security forces killed Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, a top militant leader, in a gunfight. Will Bhat's death be a turning point in India's counterterrorism efforts?
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