The hideout was being used by the Banned Baloch Republican Army and Baloch Liberation Army The hideout was being used by the Banned Baloch Republican Army and Baloch Liberation Army. PHOTO: ONLINE QUETTA: Balochistan Frontier Corps ... The Express Tribune, 3 days ago
The hideout was being used by the terrorists of banned Baloch Republican Army and Baloch Liberation Army - Radio Pakistan, 3 days ago
FC seizes huge cache of arms, explosives from banned outfits hideout - Pakistan Observer, 3 days ago
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Home » Islamabad By ISLAMABAD: Frontier Corps (FC) Balochistan has arrested two terrorists of a banned outfit Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) in Hub on Wednesday morning. According to a spokesman for FC Balochistan, two terrorists including Baloch ...Pakistan Press International, 3 weeks ago Two BLA terrorists arrested in Hub The Nation Pakistan, 4 weeks ago The FC Spokesman says weapons were also recovered from their possession. Radio Pakistan, 4 weeks ago
Clashes after Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) militants had attacked the United Baloch Army (UBA)'s Karam Khan Camp As a result of the attack as many as 20 people were killed in the exchange of firing that lasted for couple of hours.The Express Tribune, 2 days ago 4 terrorists killed, 6 arrested after encounter with Rangers Dunya News, 1 month ago Four BLA militants killed in Karachi operation The Express Tribune, 1 month ago Targeted operation: Rangers kill four BLA militants The Express Tribune, 1 month ago
Forty Seven militants including two commanders belonging to banned militant organisations have surrendered to the government at a ceremony in Quetta. The Balochistan Home Minister, Chief of Marri Tribe and DIG Frontier Corps were present on the ...Radio Pakistan, 2 weeks ago Balochistan unrest: FC nails six alleged insurgents in separate raids The Express Tribune, 4 days ago Surrender of insurgents DAWN Group, 2 weeks ago FC arrest six militants in Kalat, Turbat Pakistan Today, 4 days ago
Sorat Jan Maari, key commander of Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA), held among two arrested by FC A file photo of Frontier Corps personnel. PHOTO: EXPRESS QUETTA: The mastermind behind the attack on President Mamnoon Hussain's son ...The Express Tribune, 4 weeks ago Hub raid: Mastermind of attack on president's son held The Express Tribune, 4 weeks ago
QUETTA: At least 13 militants of a banned outfit, including the brother and nephew of Baloch Liberation Front (BLF) leader Dr Allah Nazar were killed by paramilitary troops during a search operation in the troubled Mashkay area of Awaran district of ...Financial Daily, 21 hours ago Awaran operation: BLF chief's brother, nephew among 13 killed The Express Tribune, 1 day ago Baloch militant commander's brother, nephew among 14 killed in Awaran clahes The Express Tribune, 1 day ago Nine commanders among 20 rebels killed in Kalat SAMAA TV, 1 month ago
MORE than 24 hours after the mass murder of over 20 Pakhtuns in Mastung on Friday night, the United Baloch Army claimed responsibility for the attack. The UBA is one of several separatist groups active in the province. Balochistan is in the throes ...DAWN Group, 1 month ago Murder and mayhem in Balochistan South Asia Monitor, 3 weeks ago
By Tushar Ranjan Mohanty* Two commanders of the Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) and Tanzeem Lashkar-e-Balochistan (TLB), along with a group of 57 insurgents, laid down their arms in the presence of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader ...Eurasia Review, 2 days ago BLF and Tazeem Lashkar-e-Balochistan laid down their arms before the govt in Khuzdar PakTribune.com, 2 weeks ago
Home » Quetta By QUETTA: A commander of United Baloch Army surrendered at a Press conference held at the residence of MPA Nawab Changez Marri here Thursday. UBA commander Wali Mohammad alias Haji Kalat said that he was commander in Kohlu, ...Pakistan Press International, 3 weeks ago TTP local chief surrenders in Ziarat, Balochistan Pakistan Today, 1 week ago Counter militancy: TTP local chief surrenders in Ziarat The Express Tribune, 1 week ago
"I fled Balochistan soon after my grandfather was assassinated in 2006 and I have not been able to go back to my country as they will kill me," prominent Baloch leader Brahamdagh Khan Bugti told IBTimes UK after a conference on alleged human rights ...International Business Times UK, 1 day ago
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