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    Afghanistan: six staff members were killed in the attack and 26 injured during attack on TV van
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    Afghanistan: six staff members were killed in the attack and 26 injured during attack on TV van

    January 20th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    KABUL: A suicide bomber detonated explosives on Wednesday evening targeting a civilian bus that was carrying over 30 staff from Kaboora Production, which is a sister entity to TOLO TV, Lemar TV, Arman FM, Arakozia FM and...
    Pakistan: Forces claim killing 9 militants in Khyber Agency
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    Pakistan: Forces claim killing 9 militants in Khyber Agency

    January 20th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    PESHAWAR, 20 January: The security forces have claimed killing nine militants in air strikes of fighter jets in Khyber Agency north of Pakistan. According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the fighter jets targeted...
    Pakistan: At least 25 killed, dozens injured in terror attack on Charsadda University
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    Pakistan: At least 25 killed, dozens injured in terror attack on Charsadda University

    January 20th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    CHARSADDA, 20 January: At least 25 people, including male and female students and teachers, have been killed and several others injured in a terrorist attack on Bacha Khan University in Charsadda. Local people said about 10...
    Over 25 radicalized Bangladeshis arrested in Singapore
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    Over 25 radicalized Bangladeshis arrested in Singapore

    January 20th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    Twenty-seven male Bangladeshis have been arrested under the Internal Security Act (ISA) in Singapore, Straits Times reported. Investigations showed that they supported the armed jihad ideology of terrorist groups such as Al-Qaeda...
    Taliban chose Bacha Khan University in Pakistan this time, as it was soft target
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    Taliban chose Bacha Khan University in Pakistan this time, as it was soft target

    January 20th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    The attack committed on Bacha Khan University in Pakistan was the second brutal attack in an educational institution, a journalist from Pakistan Muhammad Zamir Assadi told Eurasia Diary editor-in-chief Malik Ayub Sumbal in an...
    Spike in Kandahar Afghanistan  civilian casualties worries AIHRC
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    Spike in Kandahar Afghanistan civilian casualties worries AIHRC

    January 19th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    Bashir Ahmad Naadem KANDAHAR CITY: The year 2015 was the deadliest for civilians in southern Kandahar province, where 874 civilians suffered casualties in security incidents, officials said on Tuesday. Up to 448 civilians,...
    Sri  Lankan Prime Minister receive approval to appoint committee for constitutional reforms
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    Sri Lankan Prime Minister receive approval to appoint committee for constitutional reforms

    December 29th, 2015 | by Voice of South Asia
    By Hishan Welmilla Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe has received approval from the Cabinet of ministers to appoint a 24 member committee comprising political party and civil society representatives, to seek public...
    Perilous condition of Child laborers on Pak-Afghan border Torkham
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    Perilous condition of Child laborers on Pak-Afghan border Torkham

    November 23rd, 2015 | by Voice of South Asia
    By: Hanif Ullah ISLAMABAD: Working children are in hazardous condition on both sides of Pak-Afghan border Torkham near Landikotal. The personnel deployed at the border some time torture these working children when they enter...
    Afghanistan: MSF Demands Explanations After Deadly Airstrikes Hit Hospital in Kunduz
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    Afghanistan: MSF Demands Explanations After Deadly Airstrikes Hit Hospital in Kunduz

    October 3rd, 2015 | by Voice of South Asia
    Kabul/Brussels. 3 October 2015: The international medical organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) condemns in the strongest possible terms the horrific aerial bombing of its hospital in Kunduz,...
    Afghan President Ghani Addresses Nation, Calls For Calm over Kunduz Crisis
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    Afghan President Ghani Addresses Nation, Calls For Calm over Kunduz Crisis

    September 29th, 2015 | by Voice of South Asia
    By: (Sayer Zaland in Kabul) the Ministry of Defense (MoD) on Tuesday acknowledged that the lack of strategic coordination among the security forces has been the main reason behind the fall of Kunduz city. The ministry said...