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Terror attack on air traffic control radar foiled in Pakistan

Terror attack on air traffic control radar foiled in Pakistan

21 Apr 2015

Karachi: Suspected Baloch terrorists have attacked the air traffic control radar facility of an airportin Pakistan's troubled southwestern Balochistan province, but the attempt was foiled by security forces.

Pakistan,   Terror Attack,   Air Traffic Control radar,   Balochistan Province,   Baloch Terrorists,   Baloch Republican Army,   Latest World News ,  
Xi Jinping to unveil USD 46 billion economic corridor during Pakistan visit

Xi Jinping to unveil USD 46 billion economic corridor during Pakistan visit

17 Apr 2015

Beijing: Brushing aside India's concern, Chinese President Xi Jinping will unveil the whopping USD 46 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, the biggest overseas investment, linking Pakistan's strategic Gwadar port on the Arabian Sea with its Xinjiang province through PoK.

China President,   Xi Jinping,   China Pakistan relations,   Economic Corridor,   Overseas investment,   Pakistan strategy,   Gwadar port,   Arabian Sea,   Xinjiang province,   PoK,  
4.5 magnitude quake jolts China's Yunnan <strong>Province</strong>

4.5 magnitude quake jolts China's Yunnan Province

10 Mar 2015

Beijing: A 4.5 magnitude earthquake has jolted southwest China's Yunnan Province and damaged several houses.

earthquake in China,   China quake,   Yunnan Province,   Songming County,  
US drone kills nine Pakistani Taliban militants in Afghanistan

US drone kills nine Pakistani Taliban militants in Afghanistan

24 Mar 2015

Peshawar: A US drone strike on Tuesday killed at least nine Pakistani Taliban militants in Afghanistan's Nangarhar province near the country's porous border with Pakistan amid an intensified offensive against terrorists in the restive tribal areas using unmanned aerial vehicles.

US drone,   Pakistani Taliban militants,   Afghanistan,   Nangarhar province,  
Three AQAP militants killed in US drone strike

Three AQAP militants killed in US drone strike

09 Aug 2013

Sana'a: A US drone strike killed at least three suspected Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) militants in Yemen's Hadramout province on Thursday.

AQAP militants,   US drone strike,   Arabian Peninsula militants,   US drone attacks in Yemen,   Hadramout province,  
3 executed in China over knife attack at railway station

3 executed in China over knife attack at railway station

24 Mar 2015

Beijing: China on Tuesday executed three ethnic Uygur Muslims from the volatile Xinjiang province for masterminding a gruesome terrorist attack at a railway station in southwest Kunming city last year that killed 31 people.

China execution,   China executes Uygur Muslims,   Xinjiang province,   China railways station attack,   terrorist attack ,  
25 injured as blast derails train in Pakistan

25 injured as blast derails train in Pakistan

12 Feb 2015

Islamabad: At least 25 people were injured on Thursday when four coaches of the Khushhal Khan Khattak Express derailed due to a militant-orchestrated blast that damaged the railway track near Pakistan's Sindh province.

train derails,   Pakistan train derails,   blast,   Khushhal Khan Khattak Express,   Sindh province ,  
1 killed, 15 injured in twin quakes in Chinese <strong>province</strong>

1 killed, 15 injured in twin quakes in Chinese province

06 Dec 2014

Beijing: A nine-year-old boy was killed and 15 people injured on Saturday when two moderate earthquakes struck China's southwestern Yunnan Province.

Beijing,   Earthquake,   China,   Yunnan,   China earthquake,   Earthquake in China,  
Over 200 rebels surrender in Afghanistan

Over 200 rebels surrender in Afghanistan

31 Dec 2014

Kabul: At least 200 rebels surrendered Wednesday in Afghanistan's Jawzjan province."Up to 200 insurgents gave up fighting and joined the government in provincial capital of Shiberghan," an official said.

rebels surrendered,   Afghanistan,   Jawzjan province,   Shiberghan,  
Pope flees Philippine storm, cuts short typhoon mercy trip

Pope flees Philippine storm, cuts short typhoon mercy trip

17 Jan 2015

Tacloban (Philippines): Pope Francis was forced on Saturday  to flee a fierce storm in the Philippines that killed a papal volunteer, cutting short a mercy mission to weeping survivors of a catastrophic super typhoon.

Pope Francis,   Philippine city,   typhoon-hit,   Typhoon Haiya,   Leyte province,  

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