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Identity of US commando who killed Osama bin Laden to be revealed
Deccan Chronicle

Identity of US commando who killed Osama bin Laden to be revealed

Osama Bin Laden's hideout compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. (Photo: AFP) Washington: The US Navy Seal commando who fired the shots which killed Al-Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden is to reveal his identity in a Fox News television documentary next ... Deccan Chronicle, 1 day ago
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Haaretz, 4 weeks ago
WA Today, 1 day ago
Eurasia Review, 4 weeks ago
Open Society Institute Soros Foundation Network, 4 weeks ago
India TV, 2 weeks ago
Haaretz

What happened at failed Al Qaida attack on Pakistan navy

A naval raid by Al-Quida operatives in Pakistan underscores the threat of militant infiltration of a nuclear power. REUTERS - Months after Owais Jakhrani was sacked from the Pakistan navy for radical Islamist views, he led an audacious mission to ...
 Haaretz4 weeks ago Rebels infiltration in army emerges as a key question  Times of Oman4 weeks ago In al Qaeda attack, threat to Pakistan's army  Reuters4 weeks ago Naval raid shows rebel presence in armed forces  Oman Tribune4 weeks ago
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The Express Tribune

Admiral Zakaullah takes charge as Pakistani Navy chief

Islamabad, Oct 7 (IANS) Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah Tuesday assumed office as the Pakistani Navy chief at a ceremony held here. Admiral Asif Sandila handed over command to Admiral Zakuallah at a ceremony at the Naval Headquarters, Dawn online ...
 Mangalorean3 weeks ago Pakistan protests to UN over Indian firing  Yahoo! Malaysia3 weeks ago Australia beat Pakistan in first ODI  Yahoo! Malaysia3 weeks ago Pakistani plane has narrow escape in attack bid  Yahoo! Malaysia3 weeks ago
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Navy Times

Pakistan continues to fire at Indian posts, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley meets 3 service chiefs

New Delhi: Defence Minister Arun Jaitley held a meeting with the chiefs of the Indian Army, Navy and the Air Force on Tuesday as Pakistan continued to shell Army outposts and civilian areas across the Line of Control. The meeting came even as ...
 IBNLive India News3 weeks ago Pakistan's army chief to visit U.S.  Navy Times2 days ago Service chiefs meet Jaitley on ceasefire violations  Economic Times3 weeks ago Jaitley meets 3 service chiefs  Kashmir Times3 weeks ago
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First Post.com

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 month ago Attack on PN Dockyard: Terrorists in Uniform  International Institute for Counter-Terrorism1 month ago Three Pakistani navy officers arrested for Karachi dockyard attack  First Post.com1 month ago Pak arrests 3 navy officials for Taliban attack on dockyard  Business Standard1 month ago
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Channel NewsAsia

Attacks on defence targets reaction to military offensive: Pakistan minister

A recent attack on a Pakistan Navy installation in Karachi was a reaction to the ongoing military operation in North Waziristan tribal region, Defence Minister Khawaja Asif told parliament Wednesday.The security forces launched the major operation against the ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Why Pakistan's militants can still strike at will  BBC1 month ago Pakistan navy attack had inside help  News241 month ago Attack on Karachi navy dockyard had inside help  Saudi Gazette1 month ago
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Business Standard India

A powerful surface navy lacks sub punch

is capable of obtaining "sea control" - or domination of waters and airspace - in the Arabian Sea in a war with Pakistan. Equally, India can dominate China's sea lines of communications (SLOCs) through the Indian Ocean, cutting off trade, oil and ...
 Business Standard India4 weeks ago

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 month ago
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Indian Express

Al-Qaeda Attack on Pakistani Ship Demonstrates Need to Support Islamabad in Terrorist Fight

The recently launched al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) attempted to hijack a Pakistani Navy frigate on September 6 in order to use it to target American naval assets in the Indian Ocean, according to an article in yesterday's Wall Street ...
 Heritage Foundation1 month ago Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent Claims Attacks on Pakistani Ships Were More Audacious…  Foundation for Defense of Democracies1 month ago First claim by al-Qaeda subcontinent wing: Pak Navy men ours  Indian Express1 month ago First claim by al-Qaeda India subcontinent wing: Pak Navy men ours  Financial Express1 month 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 month ago Taliban attack on key Pakistan naval dockyard foiled  Zee News1 month ago Taliban attack on key Pak naval dockyard foiled  Business Standard1 month ago
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