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New Qaida wing claims hijacking Pak navy ship
Times of India

Pakistan says two navy officers behind dockyard attack have fl...

Pakistan Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said on Friday that two navy officers, who had been involved in a recent terrorist attack on navy targets, have fled the country. A navy officer and three attackers had been killed in the attack on the ... China.org.cn, 2 days ago
New al Qaeda wing in South Asia claims major attack IBNLive India News, 10 hours ago
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Pakistan arrests 3 Navy officials for dockyard attack

Three Pakistani Navy personnel were arrested for alleged involvement in an attack on a dockyard in Karachi, officials said on Friday.Two militants were killed and four captured
 The Hindu1 week ago Three Pakistani navy officers arrested for Karachi dockyard attack  First Post.com1 week ago Pak arrests 3 navy officials for Taliban attack on dockyard  Business Standard1 week ago Three Navy officers held for Karachi attack  Qatar Peninsula1 week ago
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Taliban hit Pakistan naval dockyard, 3 killed

A major Taliban attack on the strategic Navy dockyard here has been foiled by Pakistani security forces after a fierce gunbattle that left a naval officer and two militants dead, the fourth terror strike on sensitive military facilities in the country this ...
 Asian Age1 week ago Taliban attack on key Pakistan naval dockyard foiled  Zee News1 week ago Taliban attack on key Pak naval dockyard foiled  Press Trust of India1 week ago
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Dockyard attack reveals extensive radicalization within Pak navy

Pakistani navy's extent of radicalization has come to the fore as it continues to stay silent on its dockyard attack after issuing one statement 48 hours after the incident took place in West Wharf on September 6th. According to Dawn, the attack was carried ...
 Sify1 week ago
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West Australian

Pakistani sailor goes missing in Aussie wargames

SYDNEY: The Royal Australian Navy said Sunday it had launched a search for a Pakistani sailor believed to have disappeared overboard during a multinational military exercise in the north of the country. The navy said the sailor, who was not ...
 SAMAA TV2 weeks ago Pakistani soldier missing off Darwin  West Australian1 week ago Pakistani sailor missing during Australian military exercise  New Straits Times2 weeks ago Pak sailor goes missing during naval exercise  The Statesman2 weeks ago
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Militants Planned to Target US Ships With Hijacked Pakistani Frigate Sep 19, 2014

Al-Qaida militants, who tried to hijack a Pakistan Navy frigate earlier this month, intended to use it to target U.S. Navy vessels on anti-terrorism patrol in the northwestern Indian Ocean, The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing ...
 Military.com2 days ago Militants intended to target US ships with hijacked Pak frigate: WSJ  The Nation Pakistan4 days ago

Ufone provides life jackets to Pakistan Navy for flood relief

ISLAMABAD: To facilitate the residents of Sindh, Ufone extends its timely support in the form of life jackets, which are being provided to the Pakistan Navy at the flood camp in Sukkur for emergency response, as flood warning centres reported the ...
 Daily Times5 days ago
The New Daily

Sailor jumps from Pakistani Navy vessel off Darwin

A Pakistani sailor serving on a Navy vessel participating in war games off the coast of Darwin appears to have jumped ship and was last seen hiding in bushes on the mainland. Police Superintendent Rob Burgoyne said police were alerted to the ...
 ABC Online2 weeks ago Pakistani Man Leaps Into The Ocean During A Navy Exercise Off Darwin  Business Insider Australia2 weeks ago Man's deadly swim for freedom  The New Daily2 weeks ago Man traveling on Pakistani Navy vessel jumps ship off Darwin, reaches mainland (ABC)  Yahoo! News Australia2 weeks ago
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Pakistan navy attack had inside help

Islamabad - Pakistan's defence minister on Wednesday said there was a strong possibility that Taliban militants who attacked a Karachi naval dockyard at the weekend had inside help, echoing the insurgents' claims. Three attackers were killed in ...
 News241 week ago Attack on Karachi navy dockyard had inside help  Saudi Gazette1 week ago Pakistan suspects navy attack had inside help  Qatar Peninsula1 week ago Dockyard attackers might have inside help  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago
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The Pakistani Navy Sailor Who Jumped Ship In Darwin Has Been Found Hiding In A Shed

A Pakistani navy sailor who jumped into Darwin Harbour, avoided the crocodiles, and swam away, has been found safe and well. He was taking part in a 15-nation military exercise when he went missing. Police say the man was found in a shed at ...
 Business Insider Australia1 week ago Speculation mounts over why Pakistani sailor went AWOL near Darwin, found hiding in shed (ABC)  Yahoo! News Australia1 week ago Pakistani runaway sailor found (AAP)  Yahoo! News Australia1 week ago Pakistani sailor who jumped ship found in 'good health' hiding in isolated shed in Darwin harbour (ABC)  Yahoo! News Australia1 week ago
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