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    Al Bader Hospital Peshawar Massacre

  • Faisalabad’s allied hospital specialists to work at general hospital

    FAISALABAD: Under a stopgap arrangement, doctors of different specialties, attached with Allied and DHQ hospitals, will render their services at the outpatient department (OPD) of General Hospital, Ghulam Muhammadabad...

    This was decided in a meeting chaired by Punjab Medical College (PMC) Principal Prof Muhammad Ali Tirmazi at the General Hospital on Monday...

  • MSF hospital attack: US relied on Afghan allies who resented hospital, says AP

    WASHINGTON: Immediately after the US killed at least 30 people in a devastating airstrike on a charity hospital, Afghanistan's national security adviser told a European diplomat that his country would take responsibility because “we are without doubt, 100 per cent convinced the place was occupied by Taliban”, according to notes of the meeting reviewed by The Associated Press...

    Eyewitnesses tell the AP they saw no gunman at the...

  • Massacre in Turbat

    IT is unfortunate that whenever Balochistan surfaces on the national radar, it is usually for all the wrong reasons...

    Whether it is the separatist insurgency or sectarian bloodshed, violence and insecurity are what have come to define the province in recent times
  • APC condemns Mastung massacre

    It said there was a consensus among the participants that the Mastung incident was a national tragedy like Peshawar army public school and Karachi’s Safoora Goth attacks...

  • After Las Vegas massacre, Trump silent on gun control

    President Donald Trump condemned the massacre of at least 59 Las Vegas concert goers as an "act of pure evil" on Monday, but refrained from addressing calls for gun control or the motives for the worst mass shooting in recent US history...

    Police have identified the gunman behind the Sunday night massacre — which injured more than 500 people — as a 64-year-old former accountant named Stephen Craig Paddock, who killed himself before a...

  • US mourns Las Vegas massacre victims as shooter’s motive sought

    LAS VEGAS: America mourned the victims of the worst gun massacre in recent US history on Tuesday as investigators probed the motive behind an apparently senseless attack on Las Vegas concert-goers...

    ” US officials have reacted cautiously to a claim by the Islamic State militant group that the shooter, Stephen Craig Paddock, had carried out Sunday night’s massacre on its behalf...

  • ‘BLF commander behind Buleda massacre’ killed in FC operation

    QUETTA: A ‘commander’ of the banned Baloch Liberation Front (BLF) was killed in an exchange of fire with security forces in Abdur Rehman village of Kech district, official sources said on Friday...

    The intense gunfight between the BLF leader and Frontier Corps personnel took place late on Thursday night during a search operation conducted on the intelligence report that militants belonging to the banned outfit were present in the area
  • The Texas Chain Saw Massacre director dies

    LOS ANGELES: Movie director Tobe Hooper, best known for The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and Poltergeist horror films, died in California on Saturday, US media reported...

    Hooper, a native of Austin, Texas, was a college professor and documentary producer before branching out in 1974 to direct The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, one of the most influential films of the horror genre...

  • Almost 150 go on trial over Turkey coup bridge massacre

    Almost 150 former Turkish military personnel go on trial on Monday over clashes on an Istanbul bridge during last year's failed coup that claimed dozens of lives including a key aide of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan...

    The bridge across the Bosphorus strait in Istanbul was the scene of bloody fighting between Erdogan's supporters and renegade soldiers seeking to oust the elected government on the night of July 15, 2016
  • Bangladesh upholds death sentence for 139 soldiers over massacre

    “It was the most heinous, brutal and barbaric carnage of our history,” he told the Dhaka courtroom of the two-day massacre in which victims were shot, hacked to death and burned alive by marauding troops...

    Thousands were rounded up and tried in special military courts in the aftermath of the massacre, as the newly-elected government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina wrestled to regain control in a country prone to military coups... ...

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