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    Daily Pakistani Newspapers

    Daily Jang: http://e.jang.com.pk

    Daily Nawai e Waqt: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk

    Daily Khabrain: http://www.khabraingroup.com

    Daily Jasarat: http://www.jasarat.com

    Daily DAWN: http://www.dawn.com

    Daily Express: http://www.express.com.pk

    Daily Nation: http://www.nation.com.pk

    Daily The News: http://www.thenews.com.pk

    Daily Pakistan: http://www.dailypakistan.com.pk

    Daily Times Pakistan: http://www.dailytimes.com.pk

    Daily AAJ: http://www.dailyaaj.com.pk

    Daily Bolta Pakistan: http://www.boltapakistan.com.pk

    Daily Jinnah:
    http://www.dailyjinnah.com

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    Failed rescue



    • December 09,


    The spread of terrorism and militant groups across the globe has created an unsettling pattern of abductions and demands for ransom of foreign individuals. We have seen this happen in the case of the Islamic State (IS), a group gaining notoriety because of the brutal beheadings it carries out of US and UK nationals in their captivity. Now we see a tragedy unfold in Yemen where a US rescue attempt gone wrong has resulted in the deaths of a US captive and a South African one. Luke Somers, a US photojournalist, kidnapped in September 2013 and Pierre Korkie, a South African teacher, were shot dead by their al Qaeda abductors when a raid operation by US special operations forces in the village of Dafaar in Yemen went horribly wrong. From the details that are emerging, it seems the US rescue mission lost the element of surprise — this was its third attempt to rescue Mr Somers — and the militants wasted no time in wasting their hostages. The whole operation lasted a few minutes but resulted in 11 dead, most of them al Qaeda in Arabian Peninsula militants. Whilst this is a sad outcome of what should have been a successful and daring mission, it is not surprising that the terrorists executed their prisoners.

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    Two suspected militants killed at Dera Bugti

    Balochistan News: DERA BUGTI, Two suspected militant commanders belonging to a banned outfit were killed by security forces in Balochistan’s Dera Bugti district during an operation today, security sources said. Two militant camps were destroyed in the area, and forces also recovered huge cache of arms and ammunition from the demolished camps, the sources said, claiming that the suspected militants were involved in a series of terrorist activities in Dera Bugti area. The dead were shifted to Dera Bugti hospital. The army had launched Operation Raddul Fasaad in February following a spate of terror attacks in the country, which claimed more than a hundred lives and left hundreds injured. The operation seeks to eliminate the “residual/latent threat of terrorism”, consolidating the gains made in other military operations, and further ensuring the security of Pakistan’s borders. Balochistan News

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