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KARACHI: Six terrorists including a key commander of the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) were arrested after a police encounter in Rizvia Society of Karachi late Thursday night.

According to SSP Central, Muqadas Haider, police conducted the raid on a tip-off at a house in Rizvia society, where exchange of fire took place between police and terrorists.

Police cordoned off the house and arrested the six terrorists including the key TTP commander. The terrorists were identified as Syed Ahmed, Syed Alam, Syed Amin, Nasir Adil, Islamuddin and Muzaffar.

Police also seized a hand grenade and an explosive-laden motorcycle from their possession.

The bomb disposal squad reached the spot and defused the explosives weighing around 5kg. One policeman also sustained injured in exchange of fire.
Twin bombs kill 10 on Baghdad outskirts: police

BAGHDAD:   Security sources said:Two bomb blasts killed at least 10 people and wounded 30 others on the main street of a suburb of the Iraqi capital on Tuesday.

At least one of the explosions in the Jisr Diyala neighbourhood on the southeastern edge of Baghdad was caused by a car bomb, an interior ministry source said.

Medical sources confirmed the death toll.

Police said the blasts went off near a fire station and as a group of young men were leaving a nearby football ground.

At least 32 people were killed in attacks in Baghdad on February 8 but the frequency of bombings in the capital has slowed this year following gains against the Islamic State jihadist group.
US to allow export of armed drones

Washington: The United States said Tuesday that it will allow for the first time the widespread export of armed drones to some allied countries as part of its global counterterrorism fight.

Armed drones are a cornerstone of Washington´s battle against extremists in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, Syria, Iraq and Yemen, although they remain hugely controversial and opponents say they frequently kill or maim civilians.

"The United States is the world´s technological leader in the development and deployment of military Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS, or drones)," the State Department said in a statement.

The statement did not say which countries would be customers, but several allies are eager to get their hands on the hardware, with The Washington Post citing Italy, Turkey and the Persian Gulf.
Suicide attacks kill 38 in NE Nigeria

Kano: Two suicide attacks in northeast Nigeria killed at least 38 people Tuesday, after Boko Haram razed a town and as violence raged across the embattled region less than six weeks from elections.

The insurgency has already forced a delay in the vote, initially scheduled for February 14, and officials voiced hope that a regional military offensive could contain the bloodshed before the new polling day, March 28.

Niger´s President Mahamadou Issoufou vowed that his country´s involvement in the four-nation coalition would herald the end for the rebels, whose six-year insurgency has killed more than 13,000 people.

"Niger will be the death of Boko Haram," he told a cheering crowd after a protest against the insurgents in the capital Niamey.

But Boko Haram has proved resilient throughout its deadly uprising an experts question whether the group can be overpowered in the short-term. 
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Chopper crash kills two pilots in Indian-held Kashmir
Chopper crash kills two pilots in Indian-held Kashmir
NEW DELHI: An Indian military helicopter crashed late Wednesday in restive Kashmir killing two pilots, reports said.

 The Press Trust of India news agency said:The aircraft, identified as an Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH), came down in mountainous Bandipore district, some 65 kilometres north of the Kashmiri summer capital Srinagar, killing a lieutenant colonel and a major.

The chopper crashed about 30 minutes after it took off for a night training sortie from the army's aviation base at Manasbal.

Rebel groups have been fighting Indian forces since 1989 for independence or to merge the territory with Pakistan.

The nuclear-armed neighbours have fought two of their three wars over the scenic region, while years of fighting have left tens of thousands dead, most of them civilians.

Shiite rebels take power in Yemen, fan fears of civil war

SANAA, (Yemen):Yemen s Shiite rebels proclaimed a formal takeover of the Arab nation Friday, dissolving parliament in a dramatic move that completes their power grab in the region s poorest nation where an al-Qaida terrorist offshoot flourishes.

Angry demonstrators protested the rebels  move in street rallies in several cities, raising fears of a full-blown sectarian conflict between Yemen s new Shiite tribal rulers, known as Houthis, and the disenfranchised Sunni majority.

White House spokesman Eric Schultz said the United States was "deeply concerned with this unilateral step," but insisted the Houthis  declaration as the true government of Yemen following a four-month insurrection would not affect U.S. counterterrorism efforts there.

The declaration, read on the rebels  Al-Masseria TV network, envisaged "a new era that will take Yemen to safe shores."

The Houthi statement gave no timetable for elections, nor any indication of Hadi s fate.

Saudi Arabia, which long has provided an economic lifeline to Yemen, slashed aid following the Houthis  September insurrection and shows no sign of restoring it.

The Houthis  political critics forecast that Friday s gambit would only fuel conflict between the Houthis who are Zaydis, a Shiite minority sect representing a third of Yemen s population and the overwhelmingly Sunni rest of the country.

"They are a militia, not a political group," he said.

Ali al-Bukhiti, a former member of the Houthis  political arm, called the takeover an insane "horror movie" that would end in Yemen s fragmentation.
Boko Haram kills dozens in rampage after Chad offensive
FOTOKOL(Nigeria) - Nigerian Boko Haram fighters went on the rampage in the Cameroonian border town of Fotokol Wednesday, massacring dozens of civilians and torching a mosque before being repelled by regional forces.

The onslaught came a day after Chad sent troops across the border to flush the jihadists out of the Nigerian town of Gamboru, which lies some 500 metres (yards) from Fotokol on the other side of a bridge.

On the Cameroonian side of the border, the Boko Haram assault on Fotokol left nearly 70 civilians and six Cameroonian soldiers dead, a local security source told AFP.

The Source said:There were also Boko Haram bodies "everywhere,"

"Boko Haram inflicted so much damage here this morning. They have killed dozens of people," Umar Babakalli, a resident of Fotokol.

The sound of automatic gunfire could still be heard in the town later Wednesday as troops sought remaining rebel elements.

Nigeria has reacted defensively to the presence of foreign troops on its soil.

The group has stepped up its attacks in recent weeks, in a move believed to be aimed at disrupting the elections.

The rebels have tried, in vain, to capture the strategic northeastern town of Maiduguri twice in the past week.

In January the militants carried out a massacre in a town on Lake Chad that houses a regional military base.Hundreds of civilians were reported killed in the attack, according to Amnesty International.
Security forces kill 25 suspected terrorists in SWA, Khyber

RAWALPINDI:Pakistan Army said: At least 25 suspected terrorists were killed and seven of their hideouts destroyed in offences carried out by the security forces in South Waziristan and Khyber tribal agencies on Wednesday.

It said that seven terrorist hideouts were destroyed and at least 25 militants were killed in the action.

According to a statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the operations were carried out in Sanzila area of South Waziristan and Khyber Agency’s Tirrah Valley earlier in the day.

The Pakistan Army launched a major offensive in 2014 against foreign and local militants, who were hiding in the northwestern tribal region bordering Afghanistan, a week after the brazen insurgent attack on the country's busiest airport in Karachi.
Bannu: BDS defuses bomb outside Govt. Boys Primary School
BANNU: On a tip off by a school student, a bomb was recovered outside the Government Boys Primary School, Badshah Khan Bharat Bannu today.

Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) reached the scene on getting the information from the administration and defused the bomb by saving the area from huge sabotage.

As per details, some unidentified people fled after placing a bag full of explosive material outside the school.

According to BDS sources, the local made bomb weighed one kilogram and was placed in a plastic bag.

Law enforcement agencies, on the basis of evidences, have launched a search operation in the area to nab the suspects.
Four soldiers killed in Kurram blast
HANGU: At least four security men were killed in an explosion targeting a convoy of security forces in Warmagai area of Kurram tribal region on Tuesday.

The blast site was cordoned off by security forces as a probe into the incident went underway.

Security and rescue teams reached the blast site and shifted the victims to a nearby hospital. The security forces' vehicle was destroyed in the blast.

Kurram is one of the most sensitive tribal areas as it borders three Afghan provinces and at one point was one of the key routes for militant movement across the border.

Kurram tribal agency is adjacent to North Waziristan region where the operation Zarb-i-Azb is in progress against Taliban and other insurgent groups.

The region was claimed by the military to have been cleared of insurgents during an operation a couple of years ago, however, militants still carry out sectarian attacks and also target security forces occasionally.

KABUL:Director General(DG) Inter Services Public Relations(ISI) Rizwan Akhter Sunday met Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and agreed on making joint efforts to deal with the menace of terrorism.

His current visit to Kabul is linked to his previous trip to Afghanistan after the Peshawar massacre.

In his previous visit the DG ISI shared information is connection with the whereabouts of Mullah Fazlullah and Umer Khurasani.
PARIS;With explosion and gunfire security forces on Friday ended a three day terror spree around Paris,Killing the 2 Al-Qaeda linked Brothers who stag a murderous rempage at satirical newspaper and an associate who seized a kosher supermarket by try to help them escape.

The worst terrorist attacks France has seen in decades left at least 20 people dead,including the 3 gun men.The fate of a fourth suspect a female accomplice of the market attacker remained unclear. 
At least seven people were killed Friday the 3 terrorist and at least four hostage a police women was killed Thursday and 12 people were massacred in the Paris newspaper attack on Wednesday.

Sixteen hostage were freed Friday one from the printing plant where the two brothers were holed up and 15 others from the Paris store.

Paris shut down a farmed Jewish neighborhood amid fears that a wider terror cell might launch further attack.
French President Francois Hollande urged his nation to remain united and allert,
He said: the terrorist were fanatics who have nothing todo with the Islamic religion.

He also said:The threats facing France are not finished.We must be vigilant.

The official Police said:Coulibaly had threats to kill his hostages if French authorities launched as assault on the two brothers.

Cherif Kouachi 32 was convicted of terrorism charges in 2008 for ties to a network sending Jihadist to fight U.S forces in Iraq.

Officials spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity because of an ongoing investigation into Kouachi stay in Yemen.

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SANAA:A medical and security source said:suicide bomber dressed as a women killed 13 people in central Yemen on Wednesday when he blew himself up at the celebration by militia supporters.

Dozens of people were also wounded in the attack in the mainly Sunni city of Ibb,held by Huthiu militia the medics said warning that the death toll was likely to the rise.

The medic said:Among those wounded in Wednesday attack was Ibb governor Yahya al Aryani who was attending the Huthi commemoration of the Prophet Hazrat Mohammad(P.B.U.H) birthday.

Yemen has been dogged by instability since an uprising forced long time strong man Ali Abdullah saleh from power in 2012 with Huthi rebels and Al-Qaeda seeking to fill the power vacuum.

The bomber had been wearing a women black Abaya and veil when he detonated his suicide belt:Security source told.

The united state allied with Yemen in fighting militants ,,strongly condemns the attack;
State department spoke man said:

""We will continue to stand with the government of Yemen and the people of Yemen to counter the shared threat posed by violent extremists ,"added Jeff  Rathke which is the spoke man of State department.  
Attack On Army public school Peshawar on Tuesday every one sorrow on this incident. Imran Khan also condemns on this incident which is attacked by brutal Terrorist.

Pakistan:There are some picture of killed Taliban.

Taliban stormed the Army public school in Peshawar on Tuesday and carried out one of the most brutal attacks in the history of Pakistan.
Very sad incident held in Peshawar Army Public School.

ADEN:Military said:Twin suicide car bombs on Tuesday killed at least 6 soldiers in the attack on an the army headquarters in Southeast Yemen.

Security forces of Yemen are often target the deadly attacks,which are usually blamed on Al-Qaeda militants who are active in the violence country.

Sources said:According to a parliminary  role  six soldiers were killed and eight other are wounded .
Resident said:A bomb also exploded in a square in Seiyun near a local Government building.

Sources said:Blast come after the arrival of convoy carrying a military general who has un harmed.
According to military said:The explosive vehicle were detonated at the entrance of the base in the town Seiyun.

Southeast Yemen is the strong hold of Al-Qaeda militants.

On Saturday In region,the SouthAfrican and Americans hostage  were killed during the failed attempt By The US special forces to rescue them from Al-Qaeda.

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DATA KHEL: At least four person with Al-Qaeda leader Omer Farooq and two injured on Sunday dead in a US drone strike hit a house  in North Waziristan.
The strikes came a day after Pakistani forces killed a major Al-Qaeda commander.Six Pakistani military officials conformed drone strike on Sunday and three said a member of AL-Qaeda was among the dead.

The said he operated in Afghanistan and Pakistan and his name was Omer Farooq.

According to detalis a drone strike has been reported in the area of Khar Tangi,,Tehsil Data Khel in which a center has been targeted by the missiles.The main leader of AL-Qaeda Omer Farooq who was an ally of Ustad Farooq along with his four partner were killed.

Intelligence agencies have conformed the attacked and death of Omer Farooq. Moreover, police have started search operation for the collection of further evidence.

The official said their information came from local source and phone intercept.

Drone strike in Pakistan is stopped from six month of the year while the government held peace talk with the aggressive Taliban.But the talked failed with Taliban and the strikes resumed days before the militants announced a major anti Taliban offensive in the North Waziristan on June 15.

Militants official said that they have killed more than 1000 militants in North Waziristan.

The military ordered most of the civilian population to leave their homes before fight began.so independent reports on the fighting are rare.
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