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4 hrs ago | Ekklesia Daily News
In Ekklesia's news briefing service, we reported this week on renewed calls for an end to serious violations of human rights against religious minorities in Pakistan occasioned by the country's notorious blasphemy law .
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Afghan Shi'ite Muslim Hazara women participate in a hunger strike to protest a bombing in Pakistan targeting Shi'a that killed 89 people in February.
QUETTA: A motorcycle bomb exploded yesterday near a police checkpost in a southwestern Pakistani town near the Afghan border, killing one civilian and wounding 13, police said.
For news details visit : http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news-newspaper-daily-english-online/national/06-Dec-2013/4-unopposed-lg-election-winners-abducted For news details Read on : 4 unopposed LG election winners abducted QUETTA - At least four candidates, who were elected unopposed in the local government to be held tomorrow, have been ... (more)
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For news details visit : http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news-newspaper-daily-english-online/national/05-Dec-2013/13-uch-power-plant-employees-kidnapped For news details Read on : 13 Uch power plant employees kidnapped QUETTA - At least 13 employees of Uch Power Plant were kidnapped by a militant group in Nasirabad district on Wednesday.
For news details visit : http://www.nation.com.pk/pakistan-news-newspaper-daily-english-online/national/02-Dec-2013/defying-sc-19-fc-officials-remain-missing For news details Read on : Defying SC , 19 FC officials remain missing QUETTA - Despite clear orders from the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the missing persons case, 19 officials of the ... (more)
Balochistan's kidnapped cardiologist Dr Abdul Munaf Tareen reached home here on Sunday after remaining in captivity for about 75 days.
The Supreme Court of Pakistan expressed its displeasure over the IG FC's failure to appear before the court despite being summoned on Friday in connection with missing persons case.
With the change in Army command on November 27, a crackdown against the people in Balochistan started.
Pakistan's new defence minister Thursday vowed to solve within weeks the controversial issue of "missing persons" from the southwestern province of Baluchistan who are allegedly held by the security services.