With seven major attacks in the past month alone, the vast remote western province faces a renewed security challenge.
Pakistani general says phone intercepts show three Lashkar-e-Jhangvi attackers received instructions from Afghanistan.
Outlawed group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi claims responsibility for raid on facility in Quetta where 200 cadets were stationed.
Lawyers begin nationwide strike a day after suicide attack targeted members of legal community gathered at hospital.
Both groups claim responsibility for killing 70, including lawyers and journalists at the Civil Hospital emergency room.
The terrorist threat in the country has been greatly reduced, but it is not going away any time soon.