by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD
They are the modern-day Einsatzgruppen, the paramilitary SS death squads, who traveled in the wake of the German armies and killed so-called “undesirable” elements like Jews and Gypsies as well as partisans fighting against Nazi Germany.
Lashkar-e-Khorasan or “Army of Khorasan” is an Islamic State affiliate in Balochistan, where Khorasan represents parts of Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.
BALOCHISTAN: The mutilated body of a 15 years-old Baloch student has been found in Soraap area of Washuk in Balochistan on Monday (November 25, 2013).
According to sources, Pakistani secret forces abducted Muslim Baloch, son of Master Imam-ul-Deen Baloch seven month ago when he going to Khuzdar along with his family. Young Muslim Baloch was a student of 9th standard.
The new chief minister was taken by the Chileans on a free junket to Chile and Canada
DUBAI: Besides the hot political issues of bringing back the angry and desperate nationalists and militants back into the mainstream, the new chief minister of Balochistan has another burning issue to handle —- the multi hundred billion gold mines at Reko Diq and who will be given its mining rights.
Following the Supreme Court judgments in the Reko Diq case, the biggest mining Canadian-Chilean conglomerate was thrown out of Pakistan and has filed, and lost, two cases in international arbitration tribunals but in Pakistan the fate of the mines and how it would be awarded for mining is yet to be decided. The Government of Balochistan will have the major say in this decision.
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پہاڑ کی گود میں واقع دو کمروں پر مشتمل سکول میں سو سے زائد بچے زیر تعلیم ہیں، ان بچوں نے سکول کی یونیفارم نہیں بلکہ گھر کے عام کپڑے پہنے ہوئے ہیں۔
نیو کاہان کے علاقے میں واحد سہولت ہے جو حکومت کی جانب سے فراہم کی گئی تاہم استاد پھر بھی تعینات نہیں، کچھ نوجوان مقامی لوگوں کے چندے سے ان بچوں کو پڑھاتے ہیں۔
By Matthew Green
File photo Imam Bheel
(Reuters) – One night in March, police found a body slumped in the back of a black Toyota parked in an affluent district of Karachi, Pakistan’s commercial capital.
The man, a prominent public servant named Abdul Rehman Dashti, had been shot in the face. His watch, ring and money were gone.
Not far away, servants scrubbed blood from the driveway of an imposing house belonging to Imam Bheel, a businessman from the southwestern province of Baluchistan. Camera crews rushed to the scene, and Deputy Inspector-General Shaukat Ali Shah named the suspected killer: Bheel himself.
The allegation cracked a wall of silence around a man who Washington says is a key gatekeeper in a heroin supply chain stretching from poppy fields in Afghanistan to street corners in the West.