Pakistan, Afghanistan Confront IS Threat

Pakistan, Afghanistan Confront IS Threat There are signs the Islamic State (IS) terrorist organization is making inroads among militants operating in Pakistan. The Pakistan Taliban has responded to the group’s reported expansion plan in South Asia by proposing what appears to be a loose alliance. But security officials say the country is prepared to deal with the threat because of its decade-long counter-militancy experience. IS propaganda pamphlets translated into local languages have been spotted in parts of northwestern Pakistan and Afghan border provinces in recent weeks, prompting concerns the group is seeking to expand its influence to a region already plagued by Islamist insurgencies. U.S. and Pakistani officials play down these reports as the acts of individuals influenced...
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