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Is Abbas ready to end his punishment of Gaza?

Kuwait ready to commence Yemen peace talks

Donald Trump : A president or a goon?

Abbasi shakes UN by bold address: Pakistan won't be a 'scapegoat' in Afghan war

Show of poor diplomacy: A wrong message to US

Collapse of Iran deal would send a 'terrible signal': Germany

Egypt’s Sisi urges Palestinians to unite, co-exist with Israelis

UAE and Saudi Arabia to normalize their secret relations with Israel

Dodging accountability courts: Did establishment give a safe passage to Nawaz Sharif?

Netanyahu Says Trump Promised to ‘Fix’ Iran Deal

Free Balochistan: An insider to heavily funded Indian campaign against Pakistan

95,000 patients waiting for unknown fate from the continued closure of Sanaa airport

Brutal lynching: Can Pakistan courts provide Justice to Mashal Khan?

Hamza bin Laden: the heir to al Qaeda?

Why has a UK team genetically edited human embryos?

How Russia came to Pakistan’s help?

Defying Courts: What is next for Nawaz Sharif?

Such TV | Rouhani censures Trump’s anti-Iran rhetoric

President Trump calls for a holocaust on the floor of the United Nations

Iran infiltrated US military, obtained proof of ISIS collusion

Saudi plan to ‘accept Israel as a brotherly state’

United States supplying weapons worth $2.2B to Syrian terrorists organization

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UAE ambassador to Ankara threatens Turkey to close down its embassy

Saudi Arabia's king-in-waiting cements grip on power with charm and crackdowns

US paradoxes and Pakistan’s war against terrorism

Free Balochistan: A joint venture of RAW and CIA to burry CPEC

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Pakistani teenager develops anti-BlueWhale app

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Nawaz Sharif must not appear before NAB court: Maryam

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US paradoxes and Pakistan’s war against terrorism

Saudi plan to ‘accept Israel as a brotherly state’

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UAE ambassador to Ankara threatens Turkey to close down its embassy

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Confidential U.N. report accuses Saudi coalition of killing hundreds of Yemeni kids

Pakistani teenager develops anti-BlueWhale app

US’ Black Hawk Down in Yemen

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UK arms sales benefiting most from Middle East wars

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US policy shift: Would Pakistan turn into another Iran for US?

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Hazara


Hazara killings: A passive genocide

1396/6/22 | 18:45
  Four people belonging to the Hazara community were killed and two others severely injured in an attack by armed men in the Kuchlak area couple of days ago.   A 12-year-old boy was among the victims, while two women travelling with them remained unhurt as they were sitting in a vehicle when the attackers opened fire on the men who were standing outside.     According to officials, eight members of the Hazara Shia community were coming to Quetta from Chaman town on the Afghan border. They stopped their vehicle near a ...

Hazara's again: Four Hazaras shot dead near Mastung as gunmen open fire on vehicle

1396/4/28 | 18:45
At least four people belonging to the ethnic Hazara Shia communitywere shot dead when unidentified gunmen opened fire on their vehicle near Balochistan's Mastung area today, police sources said. A woman is among the slain victims. According to police sources, the incident was an act of targeted killing. The assailants escaped unhurt after carrying out the attack. Police and other Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) personnel reached the site and started an investigation into the incident. Balochistan Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti strongly condemned ...

Hazara Genocide: The blood on State’s hands

1396/3/20 | 18:45
  The silent killing of Hazaras is once again on cards. The persecuted Hazara-Shia community of Quetta came under attack once again few days back. Three people including a policeman were killed when gunmen opened fire on them.      Just because large-scale terrorist attacks against this persecuted minority, such as the ones that took place back in 2003 and that prompted mass protests, have, for the time being halted, doesn’t mean that things have changed for the better.       Problematic is the way in which the ...

Stranded at border: Did Govt deliberately abandon Shiite pilgrims?

1395/8/2 | 18:45
  Up to 700 Pakistani pilgrims, including a large number of women and children, are currently stranded in Iran after a travel agent failed to procure visas for the onward leg of their journey which would have taken them to Iraq. Pilgrims, intending to travel to Karbala in Iraq to observe Ashura, had booked with the Karachi-based travel company Karavan of Pride. The travel agency, located in Gulistan-e-Jauhar area of Karachi, had offered pilgrims a budget package to visit the holy sites in Iran and Iraq that would enable them to undertake ...

Death toll mounts to 80 as Hazara rally attacked in Kabul

1395/5/2 | 18:45
A powerful explosion on Saturday ripped through crowds of minority Shia Hazaras in Kabul who had gathered to protest over a power line, killing at least 80 people and leaving 231 others wounded, officials said. Islamic State (IS) group claimed responsibility for the deadly attack which came after a brief lull during the recent holy fasting month of Ramazan. The scene of the blast was littered with charred bodies and dismembered limbs, with ambulances struggling to reach the scene as authorities had overnight blocked key intersections with stacked ...

Quetta Terrorism: Is national action plan has become inaction plan?

1394/7/29 | 18:45
  A bomb explosion on a bus in the Pakistani city of Quetta has killed at least 11 people and wounded a further 22, police say. A senior police official in the western city told that the device was planted on the roof of the vehicle. The blast comes at a time of relatively diminished violence in Pakistan. No-one has said they carried out the attack.Balochistan province suffers from separatist, sectarian and Islamist insurgencies. Reports suggest that most of the passengers on the bus were poor labourers returning from work — which may ...

Hazara killings: Would senate committee deliberations be acted upon?

1394/5/7 | 18:45
A Senate committee would take up next week the issue of the killings of Hazara community members in Pakistan and discuss how a fresh piece of legislation might help protect religious minorities in the country. According to official records, an estimated 1,456 members of the Hazara community have lost their lives in different areas of Balochistan in the past seven years. For the first time, a group of senators will meet the affected families in Quetta.The committee on human rights, headed by Senator Nasreen Jalil of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement, ...

Committee on Hazara killings: A dim optimism

1394/5/1 | 18:45
A Senate committee would take up next week the issue of the killings of Hazara community members in Pakistan and discuss how a fresh piece of legislation might help protect religious minorities in the country. According to official records, an estimated 1,456 members of the Hazara community have lost their lives in different areas of Balochistan in the past seven years. For the first time, a group of senators will meet the affected families in Quetta. The committee on human rights, headed by Senator Nasreen Jalil of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement, ...

Pakistan Hazaras: The walking dead

1394/4/18 | 18:45
 In latest incident of Hazara's prosecution two brothers belonging to the Shia Hazara community and a policeman were gunned down few days ago.“Four members of a family belonging to the Shia Hazara community and other people were standing outside the passport office when they came under attack.Since 2008, Pakistan’s Shia Muslim community has been the target of an unprecedented escalation in sectarian violence as Sunni militants have killed thousands of Shia across the country. The Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), group has claimed responsibility ...

Uncontrollable human trafficking

1394/3/24 | 18:45
SHAFAQNA PAKISTAN (Shia News Agency)-A new U.N. study says human trafficking from and through Pakistan has increased during the past year.  It adds that the majority of Pakistani and Afghan nationals trying to illegally migrate by sea to countries like Australia are religious or ethnic minorities, such as Hazara Shi'ites escaping persecution at home. U.N. officials reveal that trafficking networks in the country are also helping Pakistanis engage in fighting in countries like Syria and Egypt.  According to UN report over 1,000 criminal networks ...

The sufferings continues

1394/3/19 | 18:45
SHAFAQNA PAKISTAN (Shia News Agency)-There is no end in sight of Balochistan killings. Couple of days ago five members of Hazaras have been shot dead following killing of four policemen in the Pashtoonabad neighbourhood of Quetta, triggering yet another one of those highly visible, but seemingly ineffective search operations by the security forces.  A crowd of the Hazara community came out on the streets with the coffins of the victims and as they have done in the past, refused to bury the dead till the perpetrators were caught. A crackdown by ...

Five more Hazaras shot dead

1394/3/17 | 18:45
SHAFAQNA PAKISTAN (Shia News Agency)-In another horrible incident five Shiite Hazaras have been shot dead by the firing of unidentified gunmen near Bacha Khan chowk in Quetta. Injured died on the spot while assailants managed to escape from the scene. In the past few days, more than half-a-dozen Hazara community were also gunned down in Quetta.Later, around 500 people from the community took to the streets in protest against the incident carrying the coffins of the deceased and refusing to bury them. According to a report1,900 Shia Muslims have ...

Balochistan operation: A dim hope for peace

1394/3/11 | 18:45
SHAFAQNA PAKISTAN (Shia News Agency)-A day after gunmen methodically slaughtered 20 men after plucking them from Karachi-bound passenger buses in Mastung district, The Express Tribune has learnt that the federal government might launch a Karachi-style surgical operation in Balochistan. The go-ahead for the operation is likely to be given in a high-level meeting Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has convened next week to discuss the law order situation in the troubled province. It is indeed a good decision specially after armed man in a clod blooded ...

Quetta firing:three Hazaras killed multiple injured

1394/3/4 | 18:45
SHAFAQNA PAKISTAN (Shia News Agency)-In another deadly blast three people were killed while six other injured. In two separate incidents at least three people have been killed. On an incident on Jinnah Road, armed men opened fire, killing two and injuring four, including two women belonging to to the Hazara community of Quetta. While earlier in the day, armed men opened fire at a shop on Shahrah-i-Iqbal in Quetta, killing one. Police failed to arrest the attackers.It is since long that a systemic genocide of Hazara community is ongoing in the Quetta ...