Quetta attack

Quetta attack: ISIL and Taliban claim suicide bombing

Both groups claim responsibility for killing 70, including lawyers and journalists at the Civil Hospital emergency room.

Quetta attack

Understanding the context of Quetta attack in Pakistan

The terrorist threat in the country has been greatly reduced, but it is not going away any time soon.

by Tom Hussain


Pakistani troops kill dozens of rebels in Balochistan

Abdul Nabi Bangulzai - a "main commander" of separatist group in Balochistan - allegedly one of 34 fighters killed.


'Killed' leader of Baloch fighters appears in new video

Allah Nazar appears in video denying government claims he was killed in August and vowing to continue separatist fight.


The lonely vigil of Pakistan's 'invisible man'

Like many others, Mama Qadeer's son disappeared then was found dead. Years later, he is protesting to know why.


Hopes for a new dawn in Balochistan

Hundreds have died during the decade-long insurgency in Balochistan. Yet peace talks may now be on the horizon.

by Abbas Nasir

War & Conflict

Workers killed in attack in Pakistan's Balochistan

Local official says attackers targeted labour camp near dam construction site in Turbat, leaving at least 20 dead.


Afghans living under shadow of Iranian guns

Iranian guards erect wall and continue to fire, forcing dozens of villagers in Nimroz province to flee border areas.


Pakistani Baloch find home in Afghanistan

War-torn neighbour is an uncertain haven for refugees fleeing Pakistan's Balochistan, where locals seek independence.

Al Jazeera World

Balochistan: Pakistan's other war

Baloch politicians and leaders share their vision of self-determination and freedom from Pakistani rule.