A U.S. motion to put Pakistan on a terrorist financing watch list has been deferred for three months, Pakistani officials said.
Five security officers have been killed and 300 people arrested amid clashes between law enforcement authorities and Sufi Muslim protesters in Tehran, police say.
An explosion has killed at least three tribal elders and wounded two in Afghanistan's eastern Nangarhar Province, while at least nine police were killed in attacks elsewhere in the war-wracked country, officials say.
Thousands of Pashtun protesters in northwestern Pakistan have called on the authorities to swiftly arrest the murderers of a university student.
Pakistani police are investigating six young leaders for sedition and terrorism after they organized protests against maltreatment at military checkpoints in northwestern Swat Valley.
Islamic State is chopping down fruit trees and smuggling the timber into Pakistan, claim Afghan officials and local residents of the Deh Bala district of eastern Nangarhar province where the terrorist group operates.
Afghanistan’s political crisis has deepened after a second provincial governor defied a presidential order for his removal.
All sixty-six people aboard an Iranian passenger plane are feared dead after the aircraft crashed in a mountainous area of the central province of Isfahan.
Sangorian, a secret Afghan government militia, claims credit for defeating Taliban attempts to overrun Helmand’s capital, Lashkar Gah.
Iranian President Hassan Rohani has embarked on a three-day visit to India, during which he is expected to seek Indian investment for the development of the port of Chabahar and other infrastructure projects.
The number of civilian casualties in the war in Afghanistan declined last year but the number of deaths from air strikes was on the rise, the United Nations says.
NATO’s Resolute Support mission in Afghanistan says regional military chiefs vowed to cooperation in the fight against terrorism and the narcotics trade during a two-day conference in Kabul.