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Jan 25: Remembering Umar, Naseer, Qadir Bakhsh & Martyrs of Mass Graves of Tutak

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January 24, 2018 · 3:00 pm

Jan 25: Remembering the Mass Graves of Tutak, Balochistan

1Remembering Martyrs of Mass Graves of BalochistanCan humanitarian relief be imagined in an atmosphere of continued human rights abusive? Can humanitarian operation be imagined alongside of military operation? Can disaster relief center be imagined in the midst of a mass grave?

People living in a civilized society can’t imagine how a death squad can organize a disaster relief center, how a military operation can be managed in the name of humanitarian operation and why people start to migrate to save their lives from the so-called humanitarian relief using helicopter gunships in aerial bombardments over villages.

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Jan 25: Remembering the Mass Graves of Tutak, Balochistan

1Remembering Martyrs of Mass Graves of BalochistanCan humanitarian relief be imagined in an atmosphere of continued human rights abusive? Can humanitarian operation be imagined alongside of military operation? Can disaster relief center be imagined in the midst of a mass grave?

People living in a civilized society can’t imagine how a death squad can organize a disaster relief center, how a military operation can be managed in the name of humanitarian operation and why people start to migrate to save their lives from the so-called humanitarian relief using helicopter gunships in aerial bombardments over villages.

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Jan 25: Remembering Umar, Naseer, Qadir Bakhsh & Martyrs of Mass Graves of Tutak

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January 24, 2016 · 4:00 pm

Jan 25: Remembering the Mass Graves of Tutak, Balochistan

1Remembering Martyrs of Mass Graves of BalochistanCan humanitarian relief be imagined in an atmosphere of continued human rights abusive? Can humanitarian operation be imagined alongside of military operation? Can disaster relief center be imagined in the midst of a mass grave?

People living in a civilized society can’t imagine how a death squad can organize a disaster relief center, how a military operation can be managed in the name of humanitarian operation and why people start to migrate to save their lives from the so-called humanitarian relief using helicopter gunships in aerial bombardments over villages.

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Jan 25: Remembering Umar, Naseer, Qadir Bakhsh & Martyrs of Mass Graves of Tutak

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January 24, 2015 · 12:02 am

Jan 25: Remembering the Mass Graves of Tutak, Balochistan

1Remembering Martyrs of Mass Graves of BalochistanCan humanitarian relief be imagined in an atmosphere of continued human rights abusive? Can humanitarian operation be imagined alongside of military operation? Can disaster relief center be imagined in the midst of a mass grave?

People living in a civilized society can’t imagine how a death squad can organize a disaster relief center, how a military operation can be managed in the name of humanitarian operation and why people start to migrate to save their lives from the so-called humanitarian relief using helicopter gunships in aerial bombardments over villages.

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مشکے : خواتین کا قابض آرمی کے خلاف ریلی

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گزشتہ سال آنیوالے طوفانی زلزلہ کے بعد ریلیف کے نام پر آنیوالی آرمی نے کئی مہینوں سے علاقے کا محاصرہ کیا ہوا ہے۔ فو ج نے ہما رے اسکولوں میں آکر اپنی چوکی بنا ئی ہو ئی ہے جس سے ہما ری آنے والی نسل کی زند گی تبا ہ ہو رہی ہے۔

مشکے(سنگر نیوز) آج مشکے کے عوام نے بڑی تعداد میں ایک ریلی نکالی جو کہ مختلف مقامات سے ہوتی ہوئی مشکے گرلز ھا ئی سکول میں قائم آرمی کیمپ میں داخل ہوئی۔ جہاں مظاہرین نے کئی گھنٹے تک دھرنا دی اور شدید نعرے بازی کی۔

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Many more miles to go

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Hashim bin Rashid

A tribute to those who walk to their tormentors

I was in Quetta for two days in June 2011, with a friend, to write a detailed report on the different dynamics of the Baloch insurgency, when we met government officials, political party leaders, Hazara activists, journalists — and Qadeer Baloch.
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Fear & loathing in Awaran

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by NAZIHA SYED ALI

IT was a surreal setting. The ruins of a village in Awaran, Balochistan, bathed in the light of the nearly full moon.

A tiny mosque was the only structure, it seemed, that had been left standing here after two earthquakes in late September killed an estimated 400 people in the sparsely populated Awaran and Kech districts.

In this particular village, there were close to 60 casualties, including about 20 deaths.
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