At least 22 killed in series of attacks in Baluchistan

June 16, 2013 9:27 pm3 comments
At least 22 killed in series of attacks in Baluchistan

In a series of attacks in the Pakistani province of Baluchistan at least 22 people have been killed. In the city of Quetta, a group of armed men brought a hospital temporarily under control and took several dozen hostages. In the emergency room of the hospital, a bomb exploded. Security […]

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AFGHANISTAN – Taliban kidnap helicopter occupants

April 23, 2013 10:44 pmComments Off on AFGHANISTAN – Taliban kidnap helicopter occupants
AFGHANISTAN – Taliban kidnap helicopter occupants

Radical Islamic Taliban have kidnapped in eastern Afghanistan, the occupants of a helicopter, including several Turkish nationals. The helicopter had to make an emergency landing earlier. The helicopter had landed south of the capital Kabul on Sunday evening due to bad weather in the province of Logar. According to the […]

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Country of unpredictable possibilities

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Country of unpredictable possibilities

In the most important province of Pakistan, the Punjab, it has a critical, secular journalist it to the top of the government. Najam Sethi leaves fall down on the wide bed, cleans the round metal glasses and watched from the corner of his eye his Blackberry. Countless daffodils make the […]

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For now, no treason trial against Musharraf

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For now, no treason trial against Musharraf

A process for treason is the former Pakistani President Musharraf initially spared. The transitional government has refused to do so. Such a procedure under Article Six of the Constitution of Pakistan go beyond the mandate of the government beyond that she was to “not authorized”, was declared on Monday in […]

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Tactics with the bomb

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Tactics with the bomb

Tens of thousands of nuclear warheads, the U.S. and Russia destroyed. The power struggle between India and Pakistan, however, is unpredictable. A look at the self-understanding of the nuclear powers. The world discusses the danger of nuclear attack. This has to do with the nuclear program of Iran and with […]

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Musharraf on Bhutto’s murder to justice

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Musharraf on Bhutto’s murder to justice

An anti-terrorism directedness to judge the guilt of the former head of state. He is former Pakistani ruler Pervez Musharraf in connection with the murder of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto in court. He was driven to official figures on Tuesday from his villa on the outskirts of the capital […]

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Shots at the strawberry field

April 21, 2013 10:00 pmComments Off on Shots at the strawberry field
Shots at the strawberry field

The situation of irregular migrants in Greece is miserable. They are exploited, live in misery. Now the situation escalated. This week on the outskirts of the small town of Nea Manolada on the Greek Peloponnese peninsula: When about 200 foreign strawberry pickers, mostly from Bangladesh and Pakistan, demanding their pay, […]

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Pakistan’s stock market tip for brave investors

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Pakistan’s stock market tip for brave investors

Anyone heard of Pakistan’s city Karachi with its 18 million inhabitants, probably rather think of Taliban and Al-Qaeda – but rarely on one of the most successful stock exchanges in the world. With a return of 49 percent last year, the Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) was but one of the […]

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Suicide bomber in Pakistan: Five dead

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Suicide bomber in Pakistan: Five dead

A suicide bomber blew himself up in Pakistan even in the air and four people torn into death. Among the victims were a soldier and two hospital employees reported Riaz Mohammed, head of the regional hospital of Khar, the Press Agency. The attack on Saturday in Khar also at least […]

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Pakistan ex-president Musharraf to early May in custody

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Pakistan ex-president Musharraf to early May in custody

Islamabad – Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf will remain in prison for his actions against the judiciary at least another two weeks. A court ruled in Islamabad on Saturday, Musharraf until the next hearing on 4 Adopted May hold in state custody. Shortly after the decision left the former head […]

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