Militancy

“Missing persons, not militants” – Families protest Ziarat encounter killings

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Families of missing persons claimed that security forces killed at least five listed missing persons in allegedly staged encounters in Ziarat.

22 years behind bars – A Pakistani jailed in India awaits...

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By Xari Jalil: Muhammad Waris who has been in an Indian prison for 19 years but and even after being ‘technically released’ continues to languish for three years in a UP police station waiting to be repatriated.

ANALYSIS: The BLA Must Not Use Women In Its Fight

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By Malik Siraj Akbar: In a nutshell, the Pakistani State is pushing the Baluch youth to extreme levels, and so are the Baluch insurgents. There is an immediate need to defeat these two extreme positions to save the young Baluch. 

63 dead, one struggling to survive following Peshawar terror attack

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63 people were killed in last week’s terror attack on a Peshawar imambargah, orchestrated by IS-Khorasan. Meanwhile, CTD claims to have killed three IS-Khorasan militants in an encounter.

PESHAWAR ATTACK: A grim reminder of our own pain

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Representatives of PTI’s government have been at the forefront of advocating for the world to recognize the Taliban’s invasion and have tried very hard to get them some sort of legitimacy, attempts that have failed so far.

Khanewal lynching: victim’s family raises questions over blasphemy allegations

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The family of a victim lynched in Khanewal has raised questions over allegations of blasphemy levelled against the mentally challenged man saying administrators of the mosque accused him of desecration in a bid to cover up their torture inflicted upon him on suspicion of theft.

21 ‘main’ suspects arrested in Khanewal lynching

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Local sources revealed that the situation escalated when a call was made from the mosque’s loudspeaker that there was an Ahmadi, who had been caught in the mosque for desecration of the Holy Quran. Following the announcement, a mob of thousands gathered outside the mosque.

٢٠٠٩ کی طرف واپسی ؟

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"بھتہ کی ادائیگی میں تاخیر پر پشاور انڈسٹریل سٹیٹ کے ایک یونٹ مالک کو نامعلوم لاش کا تحفہ موجودہ حکومت باہر کے انوسٹر کو ملک میں لانے کے دعوے کرر ہی ہے لیکن اپنے انوسٹر کو محفوظ ماحول دینے میں ناکام ہے،" پشاور کے صنعتکار کا شکوہ

٢٠٠٩ کی طرف واپسی ؟

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"بھتہ کی ادائیگی میں تاخیر پر پشاور انڈسٹریل سٹیٹ کے ایک یونٹ مالک کو نامعلوم لاش کا تحفہ موجودہ حکومت باہر کے انوسٹر کو ملک میں لانے کے دعوے کرر ہی ہے لیکن اپنے انوسٹر کو محفوظ ماحول دینے میں ناکام ہے،" پشاور کے صنعتکار کا شکوہ

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