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Security Report First Quarter 2014

  Federally Administered Tribal Areas were found deeply unsettled during the last three months, January to March, of the current year as shock-waves of terrorism sent ripples across all seven agencies. The level of impact however varied from agency to agency. Those agencies, Khyber, Kurram, SWA, where peace was established in previous quarters after undergoing military offensives were again found drown ...

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FRC Annual Security Report 2013

  The year 2013 witnessed a total of 1673 killings and 1199 injuries that resulted in total of 374 terrorism related incidents throughout the tribal belt. The area witnessed the incidents in all shapes including bomb blasts, operational attacks, suicide attacks, clashes between militant groups and the military, kidnappings, and the target killings. However the most common incident in all quarters of th ...

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Security Report Third Quarter 2013

  The Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), in the 3rd quarter 2013 has remained vulnerable to a number of attacks that ranged from sporadic military operations to US drones. Nine drone strikes were carried out that killed one prominent figure of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, Mullah Sangeen, in North Waziristan Agency.  Other than Orakzai Agency all other parts of FATA remained prone to militant ac ...

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Security Report Second Quarter 2013

  In the second quarter of year 2013 security situation in FATA was found considerably less turbulent in comparison to the first quarter. However the agencies that experienced the wave of militancy most were Khyber and Kurram,  where the grand total of both agencies exceeded half of the total casualties of FATA in  second quarter. The rest of tribal belt, other than Khyber and Kurram, observed casualti ...

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Security Report First Quarter 2013

  FRC Quarterly Security Report reviews recent trends in conflict such as the number of terrorist attacks, type of attacks, tactics used for militancy and the resulting casualties. It gives updates and other security trends. The objective of this security report is to outline and categorize the forms of violent extremism taking place, the role of militant groups and the scale of terrorist activities. T ...

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FRC Annual Security Report 2012

  FATA Annual Security Report 2012 sums up the forms of violent extremism including attacks, casualties and major incidents of the year 2012, from the FATA Research Centres' (FRC) previous (three) quarterly security reports and the fourth quarter of the year. Moreover it gives a detailed picture of the Fourth Quarter 2012. For Further Detail Click Here to View/ Download ... ...

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Security Report Third Quarter 2012

The security situation in FATA remained unstable during the third quarter of 2012. There were reports of persistent attacks by militants on security forces, civilians and educational institutions. At the same time, military operations against militants in Bajaur Agency continued unabated, killing 209 militants. The rateof US drone attacks in 3rd quarter remains similar to the 2nd, having 13 drone attacks. A ...

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Security Report Second Quarter 2012

The security situation in FATA remained unstable during the second quarter of 2012. There were reports of persistent attacks by militants on security forces, civilians and educational institutions. At the same time, military operations against militants in Kurram, Orakzai and Khyber agencies continued unabated. The US also increased the frequency of drone strikes. A total of 126 incidents were reported with ...

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Security Report First Quarter 2012

The security situation in FATA remained unstable during the first quarter of 2012. Attacks were reported on security forces, members of peace committees and educational institutions. increased militant activities were reported in Khyber Agency which were followed by small scale operations from security forces in Orakzai and Kurram Agency in which militant hideouts were destroyed. Drone attacks also took pla ...

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