A bomb blast in Quetta’s Satellite Town area on Wednesday left 13 people including two children injure,local media reported.
According to sources,the blast occurred near the private hospital and the bomb was planted on a bicycle.
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Violence targeting election officials,political leaders and workers continued across the country on Sunday,as two Awami National Party (ANP) workers lost their lives in a gun attack in Pishin district of Balochistan, . . . →Read More:ANP activists killed in gun attack
An Awami National Party (ANP) activist was killed while a party leader and candidate for the provincial assembly constituency PK-21 in Charsadda sustained injuries in remote-controlled attacks on their vehicles in Mingora and Shabqadar,official and local sources said.
The Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) claimed responsibility for both the attacks.Deputy Superintendent of Police in Mingora Yousaf . . . →Read More:ANP activists,candidates being targeted
These are all with his executive order drones strikes meaning his decision alone. He wasn’t declared war on these countries and congress hasn’t gotten a chance to vote for any of these drone strikes. He also attacked Libya through executive order,no permission from congress. 4 times as many people have been killed from Obama’s . . . →Read More:Drones kill 50 civilians for every ‘suspected’ terrorists
Around a dozen people,including three activists of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement,were killed in different parts of the city on Wednesday,police said.
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Taliban suicide bombers dressed in burqas attacked a police station in Bannu on Monday,taking several hostages before police stormed the building and ended the siege.
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Ethnic,sectarian and politically-linked violence in Pakistan’s financial capital Karachi has killed at least 740 people so far this year,a human rights organisation said Tuesday.
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Four women of the Azad Khel tribe allegedly paid the ultimate price after being ‘condemned’ to death by a jirga for defying strict tribal customs. Their crime:singing and dancing with men at a wedding ceremony.
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