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Wednesday - February 22, 2017

Banned TTP-JA’s Tangi Kacheri attack martyrs 8, injured 21

By Zeeshan Ghayur

PESHAWAR: The banned outfit Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan’s (TTP) Jamaat-ur-Ahraar faction on Tuesday struck a suicide terrorist attack on court complex, in Tangi tehsil/administrative area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s (KP) Charsadda district, during morning rush hour, guarding policemen resisted the attack foiling, what could have been a major, terrorist scheme that martyred at least 8 innocents and critically injured 21 others; all three assailants were exterminated. (Full Report)

Aussie counterterrorism ambassador expresses interest in CPEC

Staff Report

ISLAMABAD: Australian Counterterrorism Ambassador Paul Foley, accompanied by acting Australian High Commissioner to Pakistan, met on Tuesday with National Security Adviser (NSA) Lieutenant General (R) Nasser Khan Janjua and expressed Aussie desire of benefiting from China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), an official statement said. (Full Report)
India deliberately targets civilians along LOC: COAS General Qamar

Staff Report

RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited troops on Line of Control (LOC) at Mattewala in Munaawar Sector on Tuesday and reiterated, “The targeting of civilians along LOC by India is deliberate and highly reprehensible” condemning “We are fully aware of Indian design and her support to terrorism in Pakistan and the region” reminding “Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadev is one such evidence of these efforts and his case will be taken to the logical conclusion.” (Full Report)
India martyrs Rajouri youth, pellet victim in IOK succumbs to injuries


SRINAGAR (Indian Occupied Kashmir): Indian troops in their fresh act of State terrorism martyred one Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) youth during a siege and search operation in Keri area of Rajouri district on Tuesday while a boy hit by pellets succumbed to his injuries after battling for life for over 6 months, raising the pellet guns’ death toll to 120, in the ongoing mass uprising ever since July 8, 2016.
(Full Report)




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