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7 terrorist attack in 7 day of September and 15 attack in last month, more than 250 killed in 37 days ....RIP to those who lost their life in Attack.....

these Blast are clearly showing failure of Govt. and Army in Pakistan.
 

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7 terrorist attack in 7 day of September and 15 attack in last month, more than 250 killed in 37 days ....RIP to those who lost their life in Attack.....

these Blast are clearly showing failure of Govt. and Army in Pakistan.

Go and take a BATH 1st !! then come back and open Google and

type Sucide attacks !!

Do You Know What sucide attack is ?


For those three people who killed RIP !!
 

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7 terrorist attack in 7 day of September and 15 attack in last month, more than 250 killed in 37 days ....RIP to those who lost their life in Attack.....

these Blast are clearly showing failure of Govt. and Army in Pakistan.
And you have got a reason to malign Pakistan army. These are ideologies that don't that easy.
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Pakistan police rocked by bomb in north-west town of Kohat

At least four people have been killed and 13 injured in a bombing near police headquarters in the north-western Pakistani town of Kohat, police say.

The car bomb exploded at the gates to the police family compound as people were breaking their fast during the holy month of Ramadan.

Many buildings have collapsed or been damaged. Rescuers are at the scene.

Kohat, about 50km (35 miles) south-west of Peshawar, is near militant strongholds in lawless tribal areas.
BBC News - Pakistan police hit by bomb in north-west town of Kohat

RIP the victims.

Backgrounder: Major suicide attacks in Pakistan in 2010
Backgrounder: Major suicide attacks in Pakistan in 2010 | NewsyStocks.com
 

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Five killed in Kohat Police Line Colony blast




Updated at: 1951 PST, Tuesday, September 07, 2010
KOHAT: An explosion struck Kohat Police Line Colony at Hangu Road on Tuesday, killing five people including two children and wounding 30 other, Geo News reported.

Our correspondent told anchorperson that the blast was of high intensity and more casualties were feared.

More than half of the houses of the colony have been damaged by the blast. The law enforcement personnel have cordoned off entire area. Rescue teams and ambulances have reached the spot.

Nature of the blast was not known but Commissioner Kohat Khalid Khan told Geo that it might be a planted bomb device.


http://www.geo.tv/9-7-2010/71085.htm
 

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At least 21 dead in Kohat blast

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KOHAT: At least 21 people were killed and over a dozen wounded following a powerful blast in Police Line Colony of Kohat on Tuesday.

Twelve women, two children and three men are among the injured.

The blast was so powerful that it demolished several houses and smashed windowpanes of nearby buildings.

The death toll could rise as several people were reportedly trapped under the debris of collapsed houses.

The nature of the blast is not yet clear.

SAMAA’s Kohat office is also among several buildings destroyed in the powerful explosion.

Meanwhile, security agencies cordoned off the area and started rescue operations. SAMAA

.:: SAMAA - At least 21 dead in Kohat blast
 

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:angry: THESE a***** should be torn alive and flesh fed to stray mad dogs
am sick of being telling RIP so many times
 

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A car bomb ripped through a police compound in the north-western Pakistani city of Peshawar, killing 18 people, including 14 women and children and four officers, the latest in a string of attacks proving that Islamist militants remain a potent force in the country.

The civilians killed were the wives and children of police officers, said Khalid Omarzai, the city's top government official. Another 94 people were wounded in the bombing yesterday, he said, adding that they had been taken to hospitals after rescuers cleared the rubble from more than two dozen collapsed houses and shops.

The complex in the garrison city of Kohat houses officers' homes, a training facility and a commercial area.

Officer Mohammad Arif said there was a huge explosion in the residential area of the compound soon after the evening breaking of the daily fast during Ramadan. Power to the area was cut, forcing emergency workers to search for victims in the dark, he said.

Kohat, a major town on the road between the provincial capital of Peshawar and several tribal areas, has been the scene of several militant attacks this year. In April, two burqa-clad suicide bombers attacked refugees lined up to register for food and other relief supplies in the district, killing 41 people and wounding dozens more.

"This city is a war zone. We would always expect such attacks," said Omarzai.

The Taliban has claimed responsibility for a series of recent attacks across the Pakistan aimed at destabilising the country and weakening a civilian government already struggling with massive flooding that has displaced millions and caused widespread destruction.

The deadliest attacks have targeted minority Shia Muslims. A suicide bombing killed at least 65 Shia Muslims at a procession in the south-western city of Quetta on Friday. Two days earlier, a triple suicide attack killed 35 people at a Shia ceremony in the eastern city of Lahore.

On Monday, a Taliban suicide bomber detonated a car in an alley behind a police station in north-western Pakistan, killing at least 17 police and civilians.

About 40 people were wounded in the attack in Lakki Marwat, on the main road between Punjab province, Pakistan's largest and most prosperous, and the North and South Waziristan tribal regions.

Meanwhile, two roadside bombs yesterday killed one police officer and wounded three others in the north-western district of Hangu, said Omarzai.
 

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F***ing bastard$. A few days ago the Taliban did almost similar thing in afghanistan by attacking a butcher shop and killing many innocent people. that butcher shop used to sell meat to the national police.
 
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RIP to the victims

the terrorists seem to be making the most of the time the floods have given them.

with the army distracted by the flood relief operations, these guys are back to their evil ways
 

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