Militants looking for new bases after NWA

During the week, militant activities and resultant deaths marginally increased as compared to previous week but overall security situation remained under control. In 24 militant activities 24 people were killed and 14 others injured. Prominent of the militant activities was attack on a police station in a district of Gilgit-Baltistan

Decline in Anti-State Militant Attacks in 2013. CMC’s Annual Security Report

Islamabad; Overall number of anti-state militant attacks in Pakistan has declined in 2013. However, a slight increase in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and unprecedented escalation in Sindh was observed during the year. Overall reduction in militant attacks was 10%. Most significant reduction was observed in Balochistan and FATA. In Balochistan militant attacks declined

Considerable Escalation in Suicide Attacks in 2013

Islamabad: Statistics issued by the Conflict Monitoring Center show a considerable rise in suicide attacks in Pakistan during the year 2013, which was the deadliest year since 2010. According to the data released by the CMC, Insurgents fighting against Pakistani state have carried out 47 suicide attacks during the year 2013

Five Maj. Generals Superseded

By Abdullah Khan Islamabad: Pakistani Army Chief General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani on Friday, September 20, 2013 has effectively put a full stop on hopes of at least five major generals of Pakistan Army to be promoted to the rank of lieutenant general. He promoted two major generals to the next rank on

Schools vs Militants: An overview of the situation in KPK and FATA

Naveed Ahsan Conflict Monitoring Center (CMC) annual Report shows that the militants have blown up 81 schools in Khyber Pakhtunekhwa (KPK) and Federal Administrative Tribal Areas (FATA) in 2012. The militants destroyed 52 schools in KPK and 29 in FATA. In KPK, the most effected district was Swabi where 13 schools

TTP’s Threat Looms on Baluchistan

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According to data compiled by the Conflict Monitoring Center 286 people were killed and 307 injured during the month of September 2012. Among the dead, 100 were civilians, 124 militants, 25 security personnel, and one pro government Razakar (militiaman) while 161 civilians, 76 militants, 58 security forces personnel, and 12

Baluchistan: 19 out of 30 districts affected by militancy in May 2012

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The Conflict Monitoring Center in its latest security report on Baluchistan revealed that violence in Quetta has increased 350 percent during the month of May 2012. An unprecedented escalation of militant attacks in Quetta district of the troubled Baluchistan province shows grim security situation but hand-tied security forces have restricted

Militancy Declines in FATA Escalates in Baluchistan and KPK

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According to Conflict Monitoring Center's Quarterly Security Report, during the first quarter of the year 2012 anti-state violence in FATA has seen significant reduction while the anti-state militant attacks in Baluchistan have increased by almost two times as compared to the last quarter of the year 2011. The security situation