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Iraqi forces and PMF attack Peshmerga positions from Zummar: Kurdistan security council

CAIRO: Iraqi troops and popular mobilization forces began shelling Peshmerga positions from Zummar in northern Nineveh province, the Kurdistan Region Security Council (KRSC) said on Thursday, reported Reuters. The KRSC urged Iraqi forces to withdraw from nearby areas and accept the Kurdistan Regional Government’s offer for unconditional talks to settle political differences in a statement…

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Interior Minister condemns Indian shelling on border village

SIALKOT: Minister for Interior Ahsan Iqbal on Saturday strongly condemned the Indian shelling on Sialkot border villages in which several civilians were killed and some others injured. He was talking to the media after enquiring about the health of injured here at Combined Military Hospital (CMH). Federal Minister for Law Zahid Hamid also accompanied him….

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Four citizens embrace martyrdom in Indian shelling: ISPR

RAWALPINDI: Four citizens including two women embraced martyrdom when Indian security forces resorted to unprovoked firing along Working Boundary in Charwa Sector. In a statement, ISPR said that Indian BSF fired mortars targeting civilian population along Working Boundary in village Bini Sulariyan in Charwa Sector, resulting in death of four innocent citizens. Pakistan Rangers Punjab…

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Civilian killed in cross-border shelling by Indian troops

RAWALPINDI: Indian troops initiated unprovoked Cease Fire Violation(CFV) using mortars and automatics targeting innocent Civil population along Working Boundary in Phuklian Sector Today. An innocent citizen Muhammad Zahoor, resident of village Dewra, embraced shahadat due to Indian firing. Pakistan Rangers troops effectively responded and targeted Indian posts firing on civil population. – SAMAA    

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Police released Mustafa Kamal and Party Workers

Karachi : Police released Pak Sarzameen Party leaders Syed Mustafa Kamal, Raza Haroon and Dr. Sagheer from detention in the wee hours of Monday. The leaders were detained along with other party workers for trying to enter Karachi’s red zone. Police made the arrests earlier while shelling tear gas at protesters to stop them from…

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India violates LOC ceasefire again in Bhimber; woman hurt

RAWALPINDI: Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) once again resorted to unprovoked shelling at Line of Control (LoC) and targeted civil population in border area of Baroh in Bhimber Sector on Thursday. However, Pakistan befittingly responded to Indian cross-border aggression. According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), India, in a gross ceasefire violation, subjected civilians to severe…

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Anti-India protests continue in Azad Kashmir

MUZAFFARABAD: For the second consecutive day on Friday, people in different cities of Azad Kashmir continued protest against Indian brutality in Occupied Kashmir and unprovoked shelling that killed 14 Pakistanis, including three soldiers on Wednesday at the Line of Control, Samaa reported. According to our correspondent a large number of students and members of civil…

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Exclusive video of passenger bus hit by Indian shelling in Neelum Valley

On Wednesday, Indian troops hit a passenger coaster in Azad Jammu and Kashmir’s Nagdar area, killing 10 people and injuring 11 others. The coaster was en route to Muzaffarabad. Nagdar is located in the upper belt of Neelum valley that straddles the restive Line of Control (LoC).

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Army captain, two soldiers martyred in Indian firing at LOC

MUZAFFARABAD: At least three personnel of Pakistan Army, including a captain, embraced martyrdom when Indian forces targeted Pakistani positions with firing and shelling along the Line of Control on Wednesday, Samaa reported. According to ISPR, Captain Taimur, Hawaldar Mushtaque and Lance Naik Ghulam Hussain were martyred at Kotli Sector. In retaliation by Pakistani forces, ISPR…

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Seven civilians killed in Indian shelling on passenger bus in Neelum Valley

MUZAFFARABAD: At least seven people were martyred and 15 others wounded on Wednesday when a shell fired by Indian troops hit a passenger bus in Neelum Valley of Azad Kashmir. According to ISPR, the incident occurred in Nagdar village where Indian troops hit a passenger coaster with small and big arms, killing at least four…

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India again resorts to unprovoked shelling at LOC

RAWALPINDI: Indian border forces once again resorted to unprovoked shelling at Line of Control (LoC) at two points of Tander, Baroh of Bhimber Sector and Chakoti sector on Saturday. However, Pakistan befittingly responded to Indian cross-border attempt. According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), India, in flagrant ceasefire violation, subjected civilians to severe firing in today’s attack…

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Seven Pakistan Army soldiers martyred in Indian attack

RAWALPINDI: Seven soldiers embraced martyrdom in unprovoked firing of Indian forces across the Line of Control at Bhimber sector late last night. In a statement issued by Inter Services Public Relatios (ISPR), the Pakistani troops effectively targeted the Indian posts while responding to the unprovoked firing. According to sources, the Indian side also suffered major…

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Pakistan protests ceasefire violations by Indian forces

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Wednesday condemned unprovoked cross-border shelling at Line of Control by Indian border security forces that left at least four civilians dead yesterday. The Director General (SA & SAARC) summoned the Indian Deputy High Commissioner, today and strongly condemned the unprovoked ceasefire violations on 8 November 2016, by the Indian Forces on the LoC…

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Indian cross-border fire kills three more: Pakistan

Pakistan says India killed three of its citizens and wounding three others in cross-border firing Tuesday, the latest casualties in continuing skirmishes in the disputed Kashmir region. Tensions in the Himalayan region have surged in recent months. There have been repeated outbreaks of cross-border firing, with both sides reporting deaths and injuries. The latest incident…

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Police baton charge, tear gas PTI, AML workers in Rawalpindi

RAWALPINDI: Heavy contingents of police cracked down on supporters of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and Awami Muslim League at Rawalpindi’s Committee Chowk on Friday. According to our correspondent, a large number of political activists, violating Section-144, gathered at the Committee Chowk on Sheikh Rashid Ahmed’s call; however, riot police fired tear-gas shells and baton charged the workers…

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Unprovoked Indian firing, shelling at Working Boundary

SIALKOT: Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) Friday opened unprovoked firing and shelling at the Working Boundary in Shakargarh sector, Samaa reported. According to ISPR, the Indian army used heavy weapons and resorted to shelling, targeting Pakistani positions as well as civilian areas; however, no casualties were reported. The firing and shelling lasted for about half…

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India once again violates LoC at Bhimber sector

RAWALPINDI: Indian border security forces once again resorted to unprovoked firing and shelling across the Line of Control in Tuesday’s dark hours which lasted for two hours. According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the Indian troops targeted Pakistani positions at Bhimber sectors including Khanjar and Baroh, and resorted to indiscriminate fire. The shelling continued from…

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Unprovoked Indian firing at LoC

BAGH: Indian Border Security Force (BSF) resorted to unprovoked firing and shelling at Line of Control (LoC) in Bagh sector, Samaa reported Monday. According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the Indian BSF started unprovoked firing and shelling at around 9am today on LoC. Pakistan army retaliated effectively in a befitting manner, making the Indian guns…

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War will be answered with war, Pakistan to India

SIALKOT: Pakistan will respond “with full force” if India continues to target the civilian population, Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said Saturday, after innocent people died as India wantonly shelled civilian population on the Pakistani side like it has been doing since 1947, Samaa reported. Nine died near the city of Sialkot, and more than 40…

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Victims of wanton Indian shelling laid to rest

KUNDANPUR/SIALKOT: Nine people,  martyred by unprovoked Indian shelling, were laid to rest  in a local graveyard in the presence of a large number  of people on Friday. People belonging to different walks of life attended  the funeral prayers. The Indian troops resorted to unprovoked firing and  shelling on villages along the Sialkot Working Boundary on…

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Sartaj Aziz shoots a tough message back at India

ISLAMABAD: Adviser to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz Friday condemned unprovoked  Indian firing on the Working Boundary causing the deaths of nine innocent civilians and leaving 47 others injured. The firing occurred in Harpal and Chaprar Sectors in which innocent civilians including women and children were killed. He conveyed…

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