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Rights Watch | 28th June 2022

Rights Watch | 28th June 2022

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A polio worker and two police officers were killed when unidentified gunmen opened fire on them in North Waziristan's Datta Khel tehsil on Tuesday. A polio eradication campaign was launched in teh area on June 9 after 11 positive cases emerged this year.
Rights Watch | 27th June 2022

Rights Watch | 27th June 2022

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In an interview with a private news channel, Federal Minister for Human Rights Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada claimed that some missing persons were in contact with Kulbhushan Jadhav, and suggested that the issue of missing persons be handled by security agencies rather than a commission

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.

Rights Watch | 11th November 2021

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The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a review petition submitted by 16,000 sacked government employees calling for a stay on implementing the apex court’s August judgment. More on human rights here.
TLP protestors storm into Gujranwala as govt maintains a 'no-talk stance'

TLP protestors storm into Gujranwala as govt maintains a ‘no-talk stance’  

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The federal government on Thursday reiterated that it won’t hold negotiations with the banned Tehrik Labaik Pakistan as thousands of its activists marched into Gujranwala city.

Banned TLP continues march to Islamabad amid talks with govt

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Activists from the banned Tehrik Labaik Pakistan on Saturday continued their march to Islamabad following violent clashes with police that left three policemen dead and many others injured. The federal government sought reinforcement of up to 30,000 police personnel in wake of the protesters reaching the federal capital.

Leftover Landmines: A Nightmare Reborn

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The entire belt of the merged trial districts, formerly known as FATA has been trying to move on from conflicts from the past, but the leftover land mines still buried in unknown areas, continue to take lives, and limbs both. 
No arrests in Sikh man’s murder as IS claims responsibility

No arrests in Sikh man’s murder as IS claims responsibility

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Police in Peshawar said no arrests have been made yet in the murder of a Sikh herbalist as a banned militant group Islamic State claimed responsibility for his killing.
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Rights Watch | 21st June 2021

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A man in Lodhran has been arrested for the suspected murder of his wife and then dumping her charred remains into a canal. Apparently, he had dismembered the woman’s body and then burnt it in an oven. For more stories on human rights abuses, keep reading.

کیا افغان طالبان پھر سے قبائلی علاقوں میں متحرک ہو رہے ہیں؟

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مئی ١٦ ٢٠٢١; بیورو رپورٹ; پشاور; افغان جہاد کے لیے چندہ اکٹھا کرنے والے ایک بار پھر منظر عام پر آگئے .سابق فاٹا میں افغان طالبان جرگوں کے فیصلے بھی کرنے لگے