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Pakistan grants Mumbai terrorist bail, India livid
Canberra Times

India hangs Mumbai attacker

India executed Mohammad Ajmal Kasab, the lone survivor of a fighter squad that killed 166 people in a rampage through the financial capital Mumbai in 2008, hanging him just days before the fourth anniversary of the attack. Kasab, a Pakistan ... Al Jazeera, 1 day ago
The Nation Pakistan

'Mumbai Attacker' Bail Challenged

A state prosecutor in Pakistan said on Friday that the country would appeal against the bail granted to the man accused of masterminding the deadly 2008 terrorist attack on the Indian city of Mumbai. The decision by an anti-terrorism court to ... day ago Mumbai Attacks: Isb court gives bail to alleged mastermind  Financial Daily1 day ago ATC bails main Mumbai attacks accused  The Nation Pakistan1 day ago Lakhvi was involved in every stage of 26/11  Deccan Herald1 day ago
Times of India

Pakistan to file appeal against Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi's bail

ISLAMABAD: A day after a Rawalpindi court granted bail to Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, the Pakistan government order detention of the 26/11 plotter for three more months under section 16 of the Maintenance of Public Order. A government prosecutor also ...
 Times of India1 day ago Pakistan to appeal against bail for Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi: Prosecutor  Times of India1 day ago Pakistan detains Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, to keep him in jail under maintenance of public order  Times of India1 day ago

Pakistani military chief signs death warrants for six hard-core terrorists

By and Annie Gowen , ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Just two days after a school massacre that stunned the nation, Pakistani leaders on Thursday moved to expedite the executions of prisoners convicted of taking part in major terrorist attacks. ...
 Washington Post1 day ago Death warrants signed for 6 Pakistani terrorism convicts  Washington Post1 day ago

Major hostage situations since 9/11

Armed police are seen outside a cafe in the central business district of Sydney on Monday. Photo: AFP Earlier on Monday, at least one unidentified gunman took hostages in Central Sydney's popular Lindt Chocolate cafe in Martin Place. According to ...
 Livemint.com5 days ago

US Doesn't Want to Stop ISIL - Only Exploit them for Other Means

This undated image posted on a militant website on Jan. 14 shows fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) marching in Raqqa, Syria. US airstrikes against ISIL not meant to destroy ISIL Instead of deterring the radical ...
 Sott.net3 weeks ago U.S. doesn't want to stop ISIL - Only exploit them for other means  Sott.net3 weeks ago The US Doesn't Want to Stop The Islamic State (ISIL) Only Exploit them for Other Means  Global Research1 month ago

Six years on, people of Mumbai ready to fearlessly counter terror attacks

Six years after gunmen from Pakistan stormed prime hotels and city landmarks killing more than 160 people and wounding many more in Mumbai, residents say they are ready to counter such incidents should they take place in the future. On Wednesday, ...
 Siasat Daily3 weeks ago

Army takes responsibility for killing of teens in J

In a path breaking decision, the Army has taken responsibility for the killing of two teenage boys on Monday at Chattergam in Budgam District. The incident, in which two other teenagers were injured, in the same incident brought the Kashmir Valley ...
 The Sunday Guardian1 month ago
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