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Death toll from Pakistan attacks climbs to 73

A Pakistani official says the death toll from twin blasts claimed 55 lives overnight. That brings the overall death toll from three separate attacks on Friday to 73.
CBC.ca Also reported by •Seattle TimesFOXNews.com

Pakistani MPA Abdul Majeed Arrested

Pakistani MPA Abdul Majeed Arrested, Police have reportedly arrested Pashtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party MPA Dr Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai, whose vehicle hit a traffic policeman to death in Quetta on..
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News video: Video Shows Aftermath Deadly Market Blasts in City of Parachinar

Video Shows Aftermath Deadly Market Blasts in City of Parachinar 00:36

At least 15 people have been killed in twin blasts in the northwestern Pakistani town of Parachinar on Friday (June 23) according to government officials. The two blasts went off within three minutes..
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News video: At least 15 dead in twin Pakistan blasts

At least 15 dead in twin Pakistan blasts 00:28

Two blasts in the northwestern Pakistani town of Parachinar on Friday killed at least 15 people according to local officials. It was the second deadly bomb attack of the day in Pakistan. Rough cut (no..
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News video: Police Officers Among Dead in Car Bomb Blast in Quetta

Police Officers Among Dead in Car Bomb Blast in Quetta 02:13

A car bombing in Quetta, the capital of the Pakistan&rsquo;s Baluchistan province, killed at least 12 people, including four police officers, on the morning of June 23. The attack occurred near a..
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News video: Khari Karmara attack: Dead bodies of 2 fallen soldiers airlifted

Khari Karmara attack: Dead bodies of 2 fallen soldiers airlifted 00:43

Poonch (Jammu and Kashmir), June 23 (ANI): Dead bodies of the two fallen soldiers, who were killed by the Pakistan's Border Action Team in Khari Karmara area, were airlifted from Jammu and..
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News video: Suicide car bomber kills at least seven in Pakistan's Quetta

Suicide car bomber kills at least seven in Pakistan's Quetta 00:40

A suicide car bomber killed at least seven people, including four police officers, in an attack near a checkpoint in the volatile southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta on Friday, according to security..
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Death Toll of Bombings in Pakistani Cities of Quetta, Parachinar Rises to 58


RIA Nov.

Last rites of fallen soldier Sandip Jadhav performed with full military honours

Aurangabad (Maharashtra), June 24 (ANI): Last rites of fallen soldier Sandip Jadhav was performed with full army honour in his hometown Kelgaon village on Saturday. Jadhav was among the two soldiers..
ANI News

Hot Pakistani doctor needs room in New York and gains fans

hot pakistani doctor needs room in new york and gains fans
People are losing their minds over a 26-year-old med school grad named Rehan Munir from Pakistan who also happens to be a male model after he made a Gypsy Housing post.
MailOnline

Pakistan Border Action Team attack: BAT member carried headband camera, dagger to mutilate Indian jawans, record terror attack

A team of Pakistani special forces had on June 22 sneaked 600 metres across the LoC, killing two Indian soldiers while losing one of their men in retaliatory action.
Zee News Also reported by •Deccan Herald

Maharashtra jawan martyred in JK cremated on son's 1st birthday

What should have been a day of celebration turned out to be one of profound grief for the family of Naik Sandip Jadhav. Jadhav, one of the two soldiers killed in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday, was..
Deccan Herald

Pakistan: At Least 44 Killed In Attacks, 120 Wounded

Separate bomb blasts and shootings in the west, east and south of Pakistan have killed a total of 44 people as militants step up attacks on police and security forces in an apparent response to..
Eurasia Review

Dozens killed in bomb, gun attacks in three Pakistani cities

At least 40 people were killed and nearly 100 wounded Friday in four separate bomb and gun attacks in three major Pakistani cities, officials said.
TheSpec.com Also reported by •Deseret News

More than 50 people killed in multiple Pakistan attacks

Multiple blasts and a gun attack killed more than 50 people and wounded at least 170 in three Pakistani cities on the last Friday of Ramadan, Islam's holiest month, as officials warned the toll could..
SBS

62 killed in multiple blasts and firing in 3 Pakistani cities

Twin blasts tore through a market crowded with Eid shoppers in a mainly Shia town, a suicide bomber blew up his explosives-laden car and militants opened fire on police in separate attacks in..
DNA

Pak launches military operation after multiple blasts kill 42

Pakistani Army spokesman Major General Asif Ghafoor said that security has been tightened across the country.
DNA

Two slain &#039;intruders&#039; at LoC could be trained Pakistani military commandos, says Army

A cache of arms and ammunition such as assault rifles, magazines, grenades and daggers were recovered from one of the intruders.
Zee News

4 bomb and gun attacks in Pakistani cities kill 40

Four separate bomb and knife attacks in three major cities killed 40 people Friday.
USATODAY.com

Almost 40 People Killed in Blasts in Pakistani Cities of Quetta, Parachinar


RIA Nov.


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