135 victims to find the hope vanished avalanches Pakistan snow

135 victims to find the hope vanished avalanches Pakistan snow

Karāchi : Pakistan | Apr 09, 2012 at 12:44 AM PDT
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Pakistan searches continued Sunday 135 soldiers and civilians who were buried in enormous taps of mud mountains close to the border of Kashmir in India, with with the hopes decline of the persons who still survive. Pakistani military civil employees to say a single body have not been found in a search for 36 hours, after the snow the more up 20 meters in all military compound in ghiacciaio the collapsed Siachen at the beginnig of the Saturday. commander of the army of Pakistan Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani has visited the place of the disaster of Sunday to watch the operations of aid in top to seimila meters of height, that it is involved various helicopters, dogs from search, soldiers, doctors and paramedici. Pakistan and India are both putting the military emplacements in the region known like higher battlefield of the world, where the time is not friendly and areas subject to landslide have caused more victims than firearm. Pakistan, army says that 124 soldiers of the Northern Light Infantry Battalion YOU and 11 civilians have been buried under the snow. Pakistan and India have migliaia of soldiers of room in Kashmir, that they are all rivendicati from both countries. Controversies to transfrontaliere relative to the control on all the natural area that has triggered the feracious war between the two neighbors of house whom they have both nuclear crews.

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135 victims to find the hope vanished avalanches Pakistan snow
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sonemahewal is based in Islamabad, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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