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Jan 15: Martyrs of Khuzdar

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January 14, 2017 · 4:06 pm

What happened Jan 15, 2010 in Khuzdar?

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Throughout history Baloch nation have faced all sort of atrocity by the hands of Pakistani and Iranian occupying forces. Year 2010 saw a new surge in the aggressive killing of a nation who asks for its birthright to a nationhood which is guaranteed by UN charter and signature by the whole international community.

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What happened Jan 15, 2010 in Khuzdar?

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jan15-2010-khuzdar-18Throughout history Baloch nation have faced all sort of atrocity by the hands of Pakistani and Iranian occupying forces. Year 2010 saw a new surge in the aggressive killing of a nation who asks for its birthright to a nationhood which is guaranteed by UN charter and signature by the whole international community.

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Jan 15: Martyrs of Khuzdar

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January 14, 2016 · 3:00 pm

What happened Jan 15, 2010 in Khuzdar?

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jan15-2010-khuzdar-18Throughout history Baloch nation have faced all sort of atrocity by the hands of Pakistani and Iranian occupying forces. Year 2010 saw a new surge in the aggressive killing of a nation who asks for its birthright to a nationhood which is guaranteed by UN charter and signature by the whole international community.

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Jan 15: Martyrs of Khuzdar

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January 14, 2015 · 3:00 pm

Editorial: Criminal politics in Lyari

Lyari Jhat Pat MarketLyari has become a byword in Karachi, and the rest of the country, for places to avoid. The carnage that shook the area on Wednesday exemplified this sentiment. More than 55 people were injured and 16 were killed when rival gangs began armed clashes using heavy weaponry, including Rocket Propelled Grenades (RPGs). School children and women were shot dead on the streets. The police arrived belatedly and were ineffectual. Protests by Lyari residents began yesterday outside the Karachi Press Club, with many holding keys to their locked houses in their hands saying they won’t go home until the Sindh government brings some semblance of law and order to the area. The battle between loyalists of the Baba Ladla and Uzair Baloch gangs was the city’s single bloodiest incident of gang violence in recent years.

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