China mobilizes over 100 warships for S.China Sea drill - CCTV News - CCTV.com English
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Haq's Musings: Pakistan Boosts Electronic Surveillance to Fight Terror
Pakistan is building digital surveillance capacity to rival America's NSA with broad public support in the country, according to a report by London-based Privacy International.
"Attacks against civilian targets in Pakistan’s cities have also fed popular support for communications surveillance and other efforts to register and monitor the civilian population, including...
MUZAFARGARH: An alleged police ‘encounter’ in Muzaffargarh early on Wednesday morning left at least 14 suspected terrorists dead, including chief of the banned Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), Express News reported.
The counter terrorism department (CTD) Punjab said that six members of the anti-terrorism force (ATF) were also injured in the alleged encounter.
The bodies of the dead and the injured officials were shifted to the District Headquarters (DHQ) Hospital in Muzaffargarh. All gates of the hospice were sealed soon after.
The nabbed culprits were allegedly involved in planning, supporting sectarian killing and terrorism activities.
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MUZAFFARGARH: At least...
Pakistan has shot down an Indian spy drone in Bhinmbar in Azad Kashmir.
NEW DELHI: Gunmen have attacked a police station and a bus in Punjab's Gurdaspur leaving at least seven people injured.
According to reports, the gunmen have attacked Dinanagar police station and exchange of fire is still under way.
The attackers, three to four in number, came in Army uniform and have taken over the police station, TV reports say.
The gunmen also reportedly fired at a bus that was passing by the police station.
Ted Cruz Says the Next President Have Two Choices: Allow Iran to Get Nukes, or Send in the Military!Jul. 23, 2015 4:14pm
If Congress doesn’t kill the Iran nuclear deal, the next president will have two choices, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz said after attending a rally in front of the White House opposed to the deal.
“Any commander in chief worth his salt should be prepared on the first day of his presidency to repudiate this disastrous deal,” Cruz told TheBlaze Thursday. “The next president in all likelihood will enter the Oval Office and be informed...
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