Hot Summer Begins: Phenomenal Increase in Security Forces Actions against Militants

According to Conflict Monitoring Center (CMC), an independent think tank monitoring anti-state violence in Pakistan, there has been almost 25 pc increase in overall incidents of anti-state violence and anti-insurgency operations by the security forces during the month of May as compared to April. Similarly, there has been an almost 36pc increase

Hot Summer Begins: Phenomenal Increase in Security Forces Actions against Militants

According to Conflict Monitoring Center (CMC), an independent think tank monitoring anti-state violence in Pakistan, there has been almost 25 pc increase in overall incidents of anti-state violence and anti-insurgency operations by the security forces during the month of May as compared to April. Similarly, there has been an almost

Security Situation deteriorated in April: CMC Report

During the month of April 2014, security situation in the country has increasingly become volatile in which upsurge in violent incidents in Baluchistan played a major part followed by expiry of ceasefire by the TTP on 10th of April, which was not subsequently extended. According to CMC statistics, a total

Surge in Militant Attacks: Weekly Security Report

During the week under review (6-12 April, 2014), security situation in the country has deteriorated and an increased number of militant activities as well as security forces actions were noticed. Prominent militant activities of the week include Jaffar Express (train) blast in Sibi, Vegetable market attack in Islamabad, low intensity

Remarkable Improvement in Security Situation in First month of ceasefire

According to Conflict Monitoring Center’s Monthly Security Report (MSR) one month of ceasefire between TTP and government have seen remarkable reduction is militant attacks in the country especially in FATA and KP province. Reduction in militant attacks is observed in all provinces except Punjab where already militant attacks remain lowest

Negative indicators in Balochistan: DSR March 28, 2014

  The day witnessed five incidents related to anti-state violence and counter actions in which one person was killed and another was injured while two suspects were arrested. Out of these five incidents, there were three militant activities all reported from Balochistan. In Dhadar area of Baluchistan, armed militants attacked NATO

Question mark on the fate of foreign fighters: DSR March 26, 2014

Pakistan has witnessed another relatively calm and peaceful day as only one violent militant incident and three security forces actions against militants were reported during the day. The only militant activity was monitored in Kohlu district of Baluchistan where militants blew up three electric towers, which suspended the supply of

Pakistan Day Passes without any Death in Militancy: Daily Brief

The day continued with the pattern of comparative calmness as only four total violent incidents related to anti-state activities were reported in which no casualty was reported but two persons were reportedly injured. Out of these four incidents, three incidents were associated to militants, in which two people were injured

Daily Security Overview 20 March 2014

During the day, total four incidents related to anti-state violence were reported in which three persons were killed and two others were injured. All the deaths and injuries of the day were associated with three militant activities, two in Sindh and one in Peshawar. The said two activities in Sindh