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October 30, 2012 At least 10 terrorists were killed in aerial firing by the Pakistani Army in the Bara sub-division of the Khyber tribal agency on Monday morning. Two soldiers were also killed in the clashes that preceded return of the helicopter
At least eight militants were killed, seven others injured and four militant hideouts destroyed when the Pakistani military launched an air strike over militant hides in the country's northwest tribal area of Khyber Agency, NZweek.com reported on
Bombardment by fighter jets killed eight militants and injured seven others in Zawa area of Tirah Tehsil in Khyber tribal area, DawnNews reported on Thursday. Four militant hideouts were also destroyed in the strikes, according to security sources.
Pakistanis crushed yet unbroken I will always remember the unfortunate morning of October 9 primarily for two reasons. The obvious reason being the attack on schoolgirls by Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan who carried nothing in defence but books and pens.
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At least eight militants were killed during clashes with militants in parts of Orakzai agency on Tuesday, political authorities said. Militants attacked security forces in Barlas area of Orakzai, triggering clashes, in which the militants were killed.
Expressing concern over the displacement of thousands of people from different villages of Salarzai valley of Bajaur Agency, Jamaat-i-Islami, Fata chapter, amir Haroon-ur-Rahseed has demanded of the government to provide food and shelter to the
ments Suicide attack on US car in Pakistan shows resistance to offensive Terrorist attacks have increased in Pakistan since the announcement last month by US Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta about Pakistan's openness to a possible North Waziristan
An operation against Taliban militants in the volatile area of the country's northwest on Monday left 36 dead, which included three security personnel and two members of the peace committee, military sources said. Security forces had launched the
At least 65 militants, 11 lashkar men and seven security personnel have been killed as clashes on the Pak-Afghan border in Salarzai Tehsil of Bajaur Agency continued for the fourth consecutive day on Monday. The border villages and security check-