By M.K. Abdul
When Franklin D. Roosevelt, the U.S. president (1933-1945), died in April 1945, the U.S soldiers were still fighting in the World War II (WWII), the deadliest war in the world history. One American soldier, deployed in Europe, wrote to his wife living in the US: We’re sorry to hear the news about Roosevelt’s death, but his death cannot shock us as thousands of humans are dying in front of us every moment.
BALOCHISTAN: The spokesperson of the Baloch National Movement (BNM), disclosing the details of ongoing Pakistani operations in Occupied Balochistan, said that on December 21, 2015, a nine years old girl, Samreen Fida Hussein was killed after receiving bullet wounds when the Pakistani army opened indiscriminate fire on the village of Jath in Dasht Bal Nigwar. Samreen died on her way to the hospital in Turbat.