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Baloch Delegation Informs US Government of Human Rights Violations and Security Concerns

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Brussels, 24 March 2014 – Baloch representative Mr. Nasser Boladai and UNPO Programme Manager Ms. Maud Vanwalleghem engaged in meetings with US Congressmen, Senators and policymakers from the 10th-14th of March 2014 in Washington DC (USA). The meetings, organized by the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO), aimed at expanding existing support for the Baloch people, who have been suffering from severe human rights violations.
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Alarming deaths

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POLITICIANS, journalists and analysts may be in position to predict what can be there in future. The numbers and figures have become essential in a human’s life and career. The news report will not be valued if numbers are missing.

What is there in numbers and figures? Here I am trying to figure out the war between one group which is trying to hide the fact with numbers and figures and the other which is trying to bring out the fact with numbers and figures as well.
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Second phase of Long March for Baloch missing persons covered 600kms – the government withdraws security

Civil society groups must resist the evil designs of the Punjab government to stop the marchers from entering the province

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The second phase of the Long March for the recovery of hundreds of disappeared persons after their arrest by the security forces has now covered 600 kilometers on its way to Islamabad, the final destiny. The second phase started on December 14, from Karachi Press Club after completion of the first phase of 756 kilometers from Quetta, capital of Balochistan province, and token hunger strike at Karachi. The Voice of Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) has organized the 20 members of the Long March which consists of women, children and men and has mobilized thousands of people to join their march. Mr. Mama Qadeer (70) is leading the Long March which has now reached the city of Gambat, Khairpur district.
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Baloch protest in front of BBC broadcasting house in support of VBMP long march

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LONDON: Pakistan occupied Balochistan on 27 March 1948. Since then the state of Pakistan has conducted five major military operations in Balochistan. As result of these military operations and continuous military rule thousands of Baloch have been imprisoned, displaced and killed. The extent of the brutalities committed by the Pakistani security forces is as gruesome as those of the Nazi era and as horrific as during the dirty wars of many other aggressors. What is so shocking is that the Baloch genocide has not adequately drawn the world’s attention to-date.
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State institutions are whisking away youngsters as the Baloch genocide: VBMP

Members of political parties and civil society concerned over extra-judicial detentions, enforced disappearances and recovery of mutilated bodies. Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) had organised the session at Quetta Press Club.

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BALOCHISTAN – Various politicians and civil society members have expressed deep concern over the incidents of extra-judicial detentions, disappearances and recovery of mutilated bodies in Balochistan.

The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons organised a session, “The role of democratic political parties and civil society in curbing the extra judicial killings,’ here at the Press Club Tuesday.
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Eid gift for Balochistan

Four bullet riddled bodies of abducted Baloch youth found in Balochistan

The Islamic Military of Pakistan continues its atrocities in Balochistan even on the holy day of EID.

Occupied Balochistan: Four bodies riddled with bullets and terrible signs torture have been found in different locations in Balochistan. Two of them have been identified as Basheer Ahmad Baloch and Sami Baloh.

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