Defense ministry claims it has evidence that shows hundreds of fighters entering Afghanistan from Pakistan.
Recent visits between high profile officials of both countries were designed to discuss provision of anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons for the rebels.
Afghan president condemns Islamabad for failing to eliminate ‘terror nests’ days after Pakistan said 23 FC soldiers were killed on Afghan soil.
Traffic police chief claims campaign has been launched due to complaints from women commuters.
If U.S. forces are not permitted to stay in Afghanistan beyond 2014, they will need to find alternate bases for drone flights.
TTP spokesman claims militants will agree to ceasefire if government stops arresting or killing extremists.
Islamabad warns Tehran against crossing Pakistan’s borders in violation of international law.
Pakistani Taliban spokesman claims implementing a ceasefire would not be difficult if the Taliban groups agree to it.