Bed frames are strewn in a burnt-out dormitory of the Balochistan Police College in Quetta on October 26, 2016, a day after the militants' attack. Pakistan mourned the killing of at least 62 people in a brutal gun and suicide bomb assault on a police academy, the deadliest attack on a security installation in the country's history. / AFP PHOTO / BANARAS KHAN

Al-Qaeda and Taliban meet Islamic State here, and knock on China’s door

Former stomping grounds could lure veteran fighters near to China’s borders – and to a budding caliphate in an Afghan province

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Bed frames are strewn in a burnt-out dormitory of the Balochistan Police College in Quetta on October 26, 2016, a day after the militants' attack. Pakistan mourned the killing of at least 62 people in a brutal gun and suicide bomb assault on a police academy, the deadliest attack on a security installation in the country's history. / AFP PHOTO / BANARAS KHAN
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