Posts tagged as: massacre

Taliban kill Pakistan officers probing massacre of foreign climbers

PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) – Pakistan-based Taliban fighters opened fire on a group of police officers investigating a June massacre of foreign climbers, killing three, officials said on … Peshawar News Sources -2

Taliban kill Pakistan officers probing massacre of foreign climbers

PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) – Pakistan-based Taliban fighters opened fire on a group of police officers investigating a June massacre of foreign climbers, killing three, officials said on … Peshawar News Sources -2

Taliban kill Pakistan officers probing massacre of foreign climbers

PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) – Pakistan-based Taliban fighters opened fire on a group of police officers investigating a June massacre of foreign climbers, killing three, officials said on … Peshawar News Sources -2

The Nanga Parbat massacre

I continue to visit the Northern Areas of Pakistan regularly and have always found Nanga Parbat to be a stunning sight. Last year, on our way to Askole to begin a trek to Concordia, we again drove by the ‘killer mountain’. As my group slowly lumbered our way up to Concordia, we came across several […]

Hazaras massacre: Massive traffic gridlock in twin cities as protesters block roads

ISLAMABAD:  Residents of the twin cities were stuck on Monday in a gridlock on major arteries for hours after protesters staged a sit-on two of the busiest arteries for all kinds of traffic to protest the massacre of Hazara Shias in Quetta. Thousands of vehicles remained stuck on Benazir Bhutto Road (formerly known as Murree […]

In shock: Swabi massacre families appalled by sheer brutality

PESHAWAR: A day after seven charity workers were shot dead in Swabi, a deep sense of vulnerability and growing concerns about a renewed surge of violence set in the terror-ridden province of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P). Locals, who claim that a huge chunk of the female population are educated and working  to support their families, feel increasingly cornered […]

The Quaid and the Quetta massacre

If Muhammad Ali Jinnah happened to be on the Quetta-bound bus of Shia pilgrims on June 28, the self-proclaimed custodians of Islam would have killed him, along with 13 others. They would do so because Jinnah was a Shia and that would have been reason enough. Jinnah, for most Pakistanis today, is the Quaid-e-Azam — […]

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