According to one of the more hard line analysts a fourth generation war—4GW—has been declared on Pakistan. The dots he connects to make the mosaic are—the insurgency in FATA,the lawlessness and violence in Baluchistan and Karachi,the insidious propaganda to defame and defang the military and intelligence institutions,the rapid economic decline and . . . →Read More:Tacstrat Analysis:The Invisible War
A 30-year-old woman and two of her children were beheaded overnight in Afghanistan’s east,police said,in what appeared to be the latest in a rapidly growing trend of so-called honour killings. Police said they suspected the woman Serata’s divorced husband of barging into her house in the capital of Ghazni province and murdering her, . . . →Read More:Violence against women on the rise in Afghanistan
From Pakistan to Mexico,September’s third week saw war and earthquakes,market crashes,and a contested execution.
Heavy rain falls over Bangkok at sunset during monsoon season on Sept. 18.
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WASHINGTON—In response to a probe into the bureau’s operational costs,FBI director Robert Mueller timidly told Congress Wednesday that the organization he oversees has not technically solved any crimes since 2001.
After confirming that the FBI does indeed have more than 13,000 special agents deployed to investigate cases all across the country,Mueller stressed that . . . →Read More:FBI Director Sheepishly Admits Agency Hasn’t Solved Single Crime In 10 Years
The Indo-Pak Express consisting of Pakistan tennis star Aisamul Haq Qureshi and his Indian counterpart Rohan Bopanna cruised into the quarter-finals of the men’s doubles in the Dubai Open,according to the tournament’s website.
Qureshi and Bopanna,who are currently the 14th-ranked team,defeated Jarkko Nieminen of Finland and his Serb partner Viktor Troicki 7-5, . . . →Read More:Indo-Pak Express cruises into Dubai tennis quarterfinals