Implications of Civilian Deaths in North Waziristan

  Abdullah khan   Sudden rise in tension in North Waziristan Agency has serious implications for peace process initiated by federal government. On Wednesday December 18, 2013 a suicide bomber hit an explosive laden truck with an Army check post and destroyed the check post and adjacent Masjid killing 5 soldiers and injuring

Militants Intensify Attacks Ahead of Elections in Pakistan

By Sardar Ahmad The security threats are looming large ahead of election campaign in the country. The insurgents and sectarian organizations have intensified their activities to pressurize the political parties and government to accept their demands for the sake of holding peaceful elections in the country. The political and religious parties

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

Drone Campaign Shifts to South Waziristan

By Abdullah Khan Summary June was the deadliest month of the year 2011 in which American spy agency CIA has killed as many as 118 people in 12 drone attacks in Pakistan’s tribal area. This was revealed in a monthly report compiled by Conflict Monitoring Center, an Islamabad based independent research organization.

April Security Report

In average, 10 incidents of armed conflicts and 39 resultant deaths were reported in three main South Asian states – Afghanistan, India and Pakistan – on every day of April 2011. Every fourth victim of violence was a civilian. Afghanistan continued to be worst hit state by violence in the

Civilians: The Common Victim of Anti-State Violence

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QUARTERLY REPORT-Final Click to download full report A study conducted by the Conflict Monitoring Center –an Islamabad based independent research center- shows that militant activities against Pakistani security forces have become least effective. Majority of the victims of militant activities are now civilians. The study also shows that Pakistani security forces are

Suicide Attacks Increased During March 2011

Islamabad, Sunday, April 10, 2011 The Pakistani militants increased the number of suicide attacks, targeting mostly the civilian population, in the country during March 2011. They carried out 11 such attacks killing 155 people and leaving more than 340 others wounded in three months (January – March 2011). Out of them,

44% Killed in Armed Conflict in South Asia were Civilians

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