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Rangers want govt depts purged of ‘political, militant wings’ activists

KARACHI: The Pakistan Rangers, Sindh, vowed on Sunday that they would take action against elements helping activists of ‘political or militant wings’ infiltrate government institutions and the ‘ghost employees’, which the paramilitary force suspected might be involved in terrorist activities and lawlessness. A Rangers spokesperson in a statement issued to ...

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Chitral flash floods: Bodies of 19 missing victims found

CHITRAL (Web Desk / AFP) – Bodies of nineteen victims who went missing after being swept away in Chitral flooding Sunday have been recovered while search is underway for the remaining victims, Dunya News reported. Pak Army, Chitral Scouts, police and local volunteers are busy in the rescue operation. Relief ...

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Mega Nadra centre opens today

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan will inaugurate a state-of-the-art National Database and Registration Authority (Nadra) centre in Blue Area on Monday. The centre has the capacity to process 2,000 applications for the computerised national identity cards (CNICs) daily. The decision to establish six mega centres and 15 passport ...

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Daesh kills eight of own members in Iraq

The Takfiri Daesh terrorist group has killed eight of its own members in Iraq’s northern province of Kirkuk allegedly for escaping battles with Iraqi security forces. Daesh executed eight of its own members on the charge of leaving the battlefield where they were supposed to face off with the Iraqi ...

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Four injured in Israeli raid on Palestinian refugee camp

At least four Palestinians have sustained injuries in the central part of the occupied West Bank during clashes with Israeli military forces, who were trying to demolish the houses of two men fatally shot late last year over an alleged stabbing attack. Local sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said ...

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US-backed group claims Nusra has abducted its commander

Militants trained by the US military to fight the Syrian government have accused al-Qaeda’s Syrian branch, al-Nusra Front, of having kidnapped their commander, even as the two groups have extensive collaboration in the foreign-backed militancy in Syria. The so-called Jaish al-Tahrir militants claimed in a statement on Sunday that members ...

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