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A local travel operator has expressed concerns about the security situation at airports in Pakistan after the latest incident on Tuesday when gunmen opened fire at a plane arriving in Peshawar, killing one passenger and injuring three crew members.
Qatar Airways has joined Emirates and Etihad in stopping its jets flying to the Pakistani city of Peshawar after a deadly attack on an airliner. The Pakistan International Airlines flight was fired on as it landed on Tuesday, killing a passenger on
A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Airbus A-310, carrying 196 passengers and 10 crew members from Riyadh, came under fire while landing at Peshawar's Bacha Khan International Airport, Dawn online reported. A PIA spokesman said that a bullet
Pakistani military jets attacked hideouts of militants located in the northwestern tribal region bordering Afghanistan and, as per officials, have succeeded in killing as many as 100 militants in the second strike on the region. The
The Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Mohmand faction claimed responsibility for the second attack near the Karachi airport. A security sweep and search operation is underway at the ASF academy, which is located in Bhitai Abad, Pehlwan Goth.
Heavily armed gunmen who attacked Karachi’s international airport planned to destroy airplanes and possibly take hostages, Pakistani government and security officials said Monday. The attackers,
Two planes were partially damaged in the terrorist attack. TV footage showed one of the planes had caught fire in which, they will search and click on my videos that was attached in my files. Unidentified gunmen have attacked Karachi&
Jinnah Worldwide Hangar In Karachi, Pakistan Struck By Intensely Equipped Shooters have propelled an ambush on Karachi's global airstrip, as per different reports. Up to 10 intensely furnished attackers have supposedly
Karachi's international airport has been reopened to passengers Monday afternoon after Sunday's attack by gunmen, which left 23 people dead and a number of others injured. Security forces declared that it had retaken control of Jinnah
There was a military attack at the Pakistan’s busiest Jinnah International Airport where 20 people were lost their lives. The http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-