Pakistan's Descent into Chaos: Terrorist & Drone Attacks

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    Nato tankers blown up in Pakistan ​


    Suspected militants have blown up more than 20 vehicles carrying Nato supplies from Pakistan's Karachi port to Kandahar in Afghanistan, police said. Two people have been injured in the attack, they said. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack. The attack occurred when the border was closed to traffic after a dispute between Pakistani and Afghan officials. The Taliban regularly carry out attacks on trucks ferrying supplies for Nato in Afghanistan. In the latest incident late on Sunday, militants detonated remote-controlled explosives to destroy more than 20 oil tankers and trailers. Police and witnesses said there was a huge explosion, presumably under one parked oil tanker. The tanker burst into flames and the fire soon engulfed other oil tankers nearby.

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    Five die in Waziristan US drone attack

    Tuesday, 08 Sep, 2009 | 05:30 AM PST |

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    MIRAMSHAH: Five people were killed after a US drone fired missiles into a house used as a hideout by militants in the Machikhel area of Mir Ali tehsil on Monday night. Five people were injured.

    Local people said that two of the missiles ripped through the house adjoining a madressah, killing five people suspected to be linked with Taliban. Their bodies were charred beyond recognition and could not be identified.

    The house reportedly belongs to a man named Shah Mehmood Khan, who was not there at the time of the attack.

    Witnesses said that the madressah was also damaged, adding that local Taliban cordoned off the area before allowing neighbours to recover bodies and look for survivors.


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    AFP: Taliban kill 4 Pakistani schoolchildren: official

    Taliban kill 4 Pakistani schoolchildren: official

    (AFP) – 6 hours ago

    PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Taliban militants on Tuesday shot dead four schoolchildren and wounded six others in an apparent sectarian attack in a remote tribal town in northwest Pakistan, officials and residents said.

    The students were going to school in Atmankhel town of Orakzai district when the militants opened fire, killing four boys and wounding six others, local administration official Asmatullah Khan told AFP.

    "It appears to be a sectarian attack as the slain students belonged to the minority Shiite sect of Islam," he said. "The attackers were Taliban."

    Residents said the dead students were all younger than 16, but were not able to give the exact ages of the victims.

    "I heard gunfire and came out of my home," local resident Samiullah Khan told AFP by telephone. "I saw people armed with Kalashnikov rifles fleeing in two jeeps, while several students were bleeding."

    Orakzai borders Khyber district, where the military launched a fresh offensive against Islamist extremists about a week ago, sending thousands of residents fleeing and killing more than 130 rebels, according to army figures.

    Pakistan's semi-autonomous northwest tribal belt has become a stronghold for hundreds of Taliban, Al-Qaeda and other extremists who fled Afghanistan after the US-led invasion toppled the Taliban regime in late 2001.

    Taliban fighters frequently attack and burn schools in the northwest, while tensions are also rife in the area between the majority Sunnis and the Shiites.

    Pakistan in late April launched an offensive against Taliban in the northwest, targeting rebels in Swat valley and the nearby districts of Buner and Lower Dir after the insurgents advanced close to the capital Islamabad.

    The military in July claimed to have cleared the area of the Taliban threat, and has now turned its attention to the tribal belt bordering Afghanistan.

    But sporadic clashes and attacks continue in Swat, and on Tuesday the military said it had arrested 32 suspected militants during search and clearance operations in the area in the last 24 hours.
     
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    Daily Times - Leading News Resource of Pakistan

    Roadside bomb kills five soldiers in S Waziristan

    JAMRUD: Five soldiers were killed when a remote-controlled bomb exploded in South Waziristan on Monday, a day after forces killed 33 Taliban as part of a weeklong campaign in the Khyber Pass, officials said. The blast struck a routine military patrol en route to Wana from Tayarzai.“The patrol was sent ahead of a military convoy to check the security on the road and a bomb planted by the Taliban went off and killed five soldiers,” an intelligence official said. Separately, unidentified men killed Tahir Khan, a leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid in Kanju area of Swat. staff report
     
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    VOA News - Bomb Rips Through Market in Northwest Pakistan, Kills 25

    A suicide car bomb has killed at least 25 people in northwest Pakistan near the border with Afghanistan.

    The blast ripped through a market on a road outside the garrison town of Kohat Friday morning. Police say several shops and vehicles were destroyed in the explosion.

    The bombing is the second attack in two days in the small town. On Thursday several people were wounded when a bomb exploded outside a shop.

    The inhabitants of Kohat are mainly Shi'ite Muslims. But Pakistan's population is majority Sunni, as are the Taliban and other Islamist militants who permeate the volatile region. There is a history of violence between Sunnis and Shi'ites in the area.

    Pakistan's government launched an offensive in late April aimed at clearing militants from the area.

    The military says it has driven out most of the Taliban, but sporadic fighting persists.
     
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    The Press Association: Blast kills 29 in Pakistan market

    Blast kills 29 in Pakistan market

    (UKPA) – 28 minutes ago

    A suicide car bomb has destroyed a two-storey hotel and several shops in a north-western Pakistan town, killing 29 people in an apparent attack on the country's Shiite community, police and a government official said.

    The blast on the outskirts of Kohat injured scores more just days before Muslims from both the Sunni and Shiite sects celebrate the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.

    It was the second attack in two days in the area, which is not far from the Afghan border and has experienced past incidents of sectarian violence.

    The blast took place in the Shiite-dominated village of Usterzai. The Hikmat Ali Hotel - owned by a Shiite - was among several buildings destroyed or badly damaged, police official Asmat Ullah said. At least eight cars were mangled by the force of the explosion, witnesses said.

    TV footage showed some of the wounded in beds and on stretchers. The men were bloodied, bandaged and seemingly in shock.

    The violence underscores the relentless insecurity in Pakistan's north-western region, which is home to the Taliban and al-Qaida. Sunni extremist groups like those believe Shiites are infidels, and their presence has fuelled sectarian attacks that have long plagued Pakistan.

    Pakistan has launched several offensives against extremist groups in the north-west over the past year, but attacks persist. The US is particularly anxious for Pakistan to clamp down on insurgents it says are behind attacks on American and Nato troops across the border in Afghanistan.

    No-one claimed responsibility for Friday's attack in Kohat, a garrison town around 40 miles south of Peshawar, Pakistan's main north-western city.

    Area mayor Syed Mehtabul Hassan told The Associated Press that 29 bodies were pulled out of the rubble of the hotel and nearby shops.

    On Thursday, six people were wounded when a bomb planted outside a shop in Kohat exploded.
     
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    Blasts rock north-west Pakistan : BBC


    At least 12 people have been killed in two suicide car bomb attacks in north-western Pakistan.

    In the latest blast, six people are reported to have been killed in a bombing in the city of Peshawar.

    Earlier on Saturday, a suicide car bomb in the town of Bannu also killed at least six people, police said.

    In Peshawar, police said the bomb had exploded in a commercial area, AP news agency reported. Witnesses said the blast was heard across the city.

    "It was a very big explosion. I could see smoke rising from the scene," Asad Ali, a resident, told Reuters by telephone.

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    Police official Anwar Khan told AFP news agency that he could see casualties lying on the ground.

    In the attack in Bannu, the bomber detonated his vehicle outside a police station.

    Reports say the police building and several neighbouring houses collapsed in the blast. A number of people are thought to be trapped in the rubble.

    Bannu is close to the tribal region of North Waziristan, a Taliban stronghold.
     
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    Group Linked to al-Qaida Claims Responsibility

    Local media are quoting a representative for the outlawed Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan as taking responsibility for the bombing.

    This is the first time the alliance of more than a dozen militant groups with links to al-Qaida has claimed responsibility since its former leader Baitullah Mehsud was reportedly killed in a U.S. missile strike. Analysts had suggested the group was in disarray following Mehsud's death.

    Hours later Saturday, witnesses say a parked car bomb shook the commercial district of Peshawar.

    No one has claimed responsibility for the attack, but Senior Police Official Ghafoor Afridi tells VOA that those who set the bomb had to bypass multiple security checkpoints. He said, "There was checking all around. But somehow, it is not possible to check all vehicles, so they might have slipped a vehicle inside and exploded it."

    Attacks Follow US Air Strikes

    Saturday's attacks follow a suspected U.S. missile strike Thursday that killed at least 12 people, believed to be militants, in the nearby North Waziristan tribal region.

    Bannu is considered a gateway to the Afghan-border area, which has a strong al-Qaida and Taliban presence.

    U.S. unmanned aircraft are believed to have fired more than 40 missiles in recent months at suspected militants in the region.

    At the same time, the Pakistani military has been seeking to expand its offensive against the Taliban from in and around Swat Valley to the north to South Waziristan.LINK
     
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    The Associated Press: Suicide bombs kill 16, wound about 150 in Pakistan

    Suicide bombs kill 16, wound about 150 in Pakistan

    By RIAZ KHAN (AP) – 1 hour ago

    PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Two suicide attacks killed 16 people and wounded more than 150 in northwest Pakistan on Saturday, showing Taliban militants are still able to strike despite heightened military operations and the slaying of their leader last month.

    A Taliban spokesman called The Associated Press after the first bombing outside a police station to claim responsibility and warn of more blasts. He claimed the militants had been holding back on attacks but that any such "pause" was now over.

    Nuclear-armed Pakistan is battling al-Qaida and Taliban militants close to the Afghan border blamed for scores of attacks over the last two years. The insurgents are linked to those in Afghanistan, where violence against NATO and U.S. troops is running at record levels.

    The suicide car bomb outside a police station in Bannu district destroyed the building, killing six people and wounding 70, said police chief Mohammed Farid.

    Hours later, a second car bomber struck outside a bank run by an army welfare foundation in Peshawar, the largest city in the northwest, police said. Ten people were killed and 79 wounded, said Sahibzada Mohammed Anis, a senior government official.

    The blast overturned vehicles, gutted buildings and scattered glass everywhere, said an AP reporter at the scene. Most of the casualties were customers in the bank or people loitering outside.

    Malik Shafqat, a police officer, said the attacker also threw a hand grenade but it didn't explode.

    A third bomb exploded in the northern town of Gilgit, wounding four people, Pakistan's SAMA news channel quoted local police Chief Ali Sher as saying. He described it as a "low-intensity bomb" but provided no further details.

    Taliban spokesman Qari Hussain Mehsud urged civilians to stay away from police and security force installations.

    "We have broken the silence as the government did not understand the pause in attacks, and from now there will be an increase in the number of suicide bombings," he warned in a telephone call from an undisclosed location.

    Mehsud — known for training Taliban suicide bombers — had warned of more attacks in an AP interview on Thursday, saying, "we will send suicide bombers only if the government acts against us."

    The U.S. Embassy in Islamabad condemned the bombings, saying in a statement that the attacks "highlight the vicious and inhuman nature of this enemy whose true target is the democratically elected government of Pakistan and the security of all Pakistanis."

    North West Frontier Province's information minister, Mian Iftikhar Hussain, said the attacks would not deter the government from fighting militants. He said security forces had arrested 40 would-be suicide bombers in recent months in the northwest, thwarting efforts by the Taliban to create chaos.

    "It is not only our duty ... to fight this menace of terrorism, it is a responsibility of the whole world," Hussain told reporters in Peshawar. "We are on the front line today, that's why our blood is being shed."

    Last month, the leader of the Pakistani Taliban Baitullah Mehsud was killed in a CIA missile strike in the northwest. While the militants have named a new leader, some have speculated the group may have lost some of its ability to stage attacks.

    The strike followed a largely successful army offensive in the Swat Valley region against the Taliban there that to some extent has reassured Western governments of Pakistan's ability and intent to fight the insurgency.

    Earlier this month, the government claimed to have killed more than 150 militants in an operation in the Khyber agency, which lies close to Peshawar.

    But the Taliban or affiliated Islamist militants have continued to carry out attacks in recent weeks.

    Militants ambushed a convoy of prominent anti-Taliban tribal elders in Bannu district on Thursday, spraying their cars with gunfire and killing nine people. Pakistani authorities have urged tribal elders to speak out against the Taliban, and in turn the militants have killed scores of local leaders.

    Associated Press writers Munir Ahmad and Asif Shahzad in Islamabad, Rasool Dawar in Mir Ali, and Hussain Afzal in Parachinar contributed to this report.
     
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    AFP: Four dead in Pakistan suicide blast: police

    Four dead in Pakistan suicide blast: police


    (AFP) – 2 hours ago

    MIRANSHAH, Pakistan — Four anti-Taliban tribesmen were killed Monday in a suicide car bombing in northwest Pakistan, an area still reeling from similar deadly militant attacks at the weekend, police said.

    The attacker rammed a car packed with explosives into a vehicle carrying a pro-government tribal elder involved in peace talks with rebels, in a town about 150 kilometres (93 miles) south of the provincial capital Peshawar.

    "It was a suicide attack. The bomber sitting in a car smashed his car into the vehicle of Abdul Hakeem," said Bannu police official Iqbal Khan.

    Hakeem and three other anti-Taliban tribesmen were killed instantly, Khan said, while a woman passing by at the time was also wounded.

    Mohammad Iqbal Marwat, police chief of Bannu district, confirmed the incident and death toll in a phone call to AFP.

    The blast struck in Bakakhel town, just on the outskirts of Bannu district, where another suicide car bombing on Saturday left 13 people dead in the main town. A similar blast in Peshawar the same day killed 11 people.

    Taliban militants claimed responsibility for Saturday's Bannu blast, saying they were avenging the death of their leader Baitullah Mehsud in a US drone attack in August, and vowed to escalate their campaign against state targets.

    Bannu borders the rugged tribal region of North Waziristan, where a clash between security forces and rebels on Monday left one soldier and seven Taliban militants dead, security and intelligence officials said.

    "The Taliban fired a missile inside a paramilitary camp at Razmak killing one soldier and wounding five others," said a security official based in North Waziristan, who asked not to be named.

    An intelligence official at Miranshah, the main town in North Waziristan, confirmed the attack and death toll.

    In retaliation, security forces pounded militant hideouts in neighbouring South Waziristan's Makeen and Ladha areas.

    "Seven Taliban were confirmed dead in the retaliatory fire and an unknown number of them were injured," the security official told AFP.

    Pakistan's military has vowed to wipe out Islamist militants from the northwest. In April, troops launched a blistering assault in a bid to dislodge Pakistani Taliban from the northwest Swat valley.

    Pakistan has been hit by a wave of bombings that have killed more than 2,100 people over the last two years in the nuclear-armed country which the United States has put on the frontline of the war against Al-Qaeda.
     
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    The Associated Press: UN chief: Pakistan attack a 'heinous crime'

    UN chief: Pakistan attack a 'heinous crime'

    (AP) – 1 hour ago

    GENEVA — U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned a suicide bombing at the U.N. food agency's Pakistan headquarters that killed five people.

    Ban said the attack was "unjustifiable" and called it a "heinous crime."

    He spoke to reporters in Geneva on Monday after a suicide bomber disguised as a security officer struck the lobby of the building in Islamabad.

    The world body said it was closing its offices in Pakistan temporarily.

    Ban also sent his deepest condolences to the victims and their families.

    Militants have carried out scores of suicide attacks in Pakistan over the past 2 1/2 years, several of them targeting foreigners and their interests.
     
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    49 killed, 100 hurt in Peshawar suicide blast

    49 killed, 100 hurt in Peshawar suicide blast

    Updated at: 1500 PST, Friday, October 09, 2009

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    PESHAWAR: A massive suicide car bomb Friday ripped through Khyber market in Peshawar, leaving at least 49 people dead, officials said.

    The blast in a shopping area close to the northwestern city's main Khyber Bazaar also wounded more than 100 people, provincial health minister Zahir Ali Shah told reporters.

    "At least 49 people were killed and more than 100 injured in the blast," Shah told reporters in the main Lady Reading Hospital.

    Doctor Mehboob Ali at the hospital confirmed the toll and put the number of wounded at 103. The injured included women and children, he said.

    More than 50 people were in serious condition, he said.

    Police official Mohammad Karim estimated the size of the bomb at around 100 kilogrammes (220 pounds), while Shafqat Malik, chief of the bomb disposal squad, confirmed that a suicide attacker had detonated the bomb.

    The device was planted in the door panels of the vehicle and included machinegun ammunition, designed to cause maximum casualties, Malik said.

    "The suicide attacker was sitting in the vehicle," he added.

    Another police official, Nisar Marwat, said the death toll could rise, given that some of the wounded were in critical condition.

    "We have declared an emergency in the hospitals," Local administration chief Sahibzada Mohammad Anis told reporters.
     
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    The Associated Press: Recent attacks in or linked to Pakistan

    Recent attacks in or linked to Pakistan

    By The Associated Press (AP) – 4 hours ago

    A look at some recent major attacks in Pakistan or blamed on Pakistan-based militants:

    _ Oct. 9, 2009: A suicide car bomb in the northwestern city of Peshawar kills 49 people.

    _ Oct. 5, 2009: A bomber dressed as a security official kills five staffers at the U.N. food agency's headquarters in the capital, Islamabad.

    _ Sept. 18, 2009: A suicide car bomb destroys a two-story hotel near the northwestern town of Kohat, killing 30 people in what might have been a sectarian attack by Sunni militants against Shiite Muslims.

    _ May 27, 2009: A suicide car bomber targets buildings housing police and intelligence offices in the eastern city of Lahore, killing about 30 and wounding at least 250.

    _ March 27, 2009: A suicide bomber demolishes a packed mosque near the northwestern town of Jamrud, killing about 50 people and injuring scores more.

    _ March 3, 2009: Gunmen attack the Sri Lankan national cricket team in Lahore, wounding several players and killing six policemen and a driver.

    _ Nov. 26-28, 2008: Ten attackers, allegedly from Pakistan, kill 166 people in a three-day assault on luxury hotels, a Jewish center and other sites in Mumbai, India.

    _ Sept. 20, 2008: A suicide truck bomb kills at least 54 and wounds more than 250 as it devastates the Marriott Hotel in Islamabad.

    _ Aug. 21, 2008: Suicide bombers blow themselves up at two gates of a weapons factory in the town of Wah, killing at least 67 people and wounding at least 100.
     
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    I think what I have seen is that Pakistani's are not realizing where there problem lies. They are blaming it on India's I have read that in other forums. There are people who are spreading conspiracy theories and lot of people end up believing it.What is required by them is the realization, if they keep on blaming it on Indian's without having any proof or so, it will not help. The solution to problem starts from there. The PA seems to focus more on what will happen when US and NATO leaves, what they have to understand is that time is gone. There is no way they can keep relationship with Taliban, this relationship is the one that is not helping task to be completed in Afghanistan.
     
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    Gunmen attack Pakistan army headquarters

    ISLAMABAD: A team of gunmen brandishing assault rifles and grenades tried to break into Pakistan's army headquarters at Rawalpindi on Saturday,
    sparking a raging gunbattle with troops outside the capital of Islamabad, police said.

    The brazen attack was the third major militant assault in a week and came as the government said it was planning an imminent offensive against Islamist militants in their strongholds in the rugged mountains along the border with Afghanistan.

    The gunmen drove up to the army compound in the garrison city of Rawalpindi shortly before noon and tried to force their way inside before being stopped by soldiers, said Mohammed Jamil, a police official.

    The attackers jumped out of the vehicle, took up positions throughout the area and began firing at the troops, he said.

    One gunman hurled a grenade, and others fired sporadically at those manning the checkpoint at the compound's entrance, said a senior military official inside. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media.

    He said top army officials were trapped inside the compound. The gunbattle was the third major attack in major cities in recent days, following a car bombing that killed 49 on Friday in the northwestern city of Peshawar and the bombing of a UM aid agency on Monday that killed five in Islamabad.


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    AFP: 4 killed in gunbattle at Pakistan army HQ: military

    4 killed in gunbattle at Pakistan army HQ: military

    (AFP) – 1 hour ago

    RAWALPINDI, Pakistan — An attack on Pakistani army headquarters in Rawalpindi, near Islamabad, ended on Saturday with all four attackers killed, a military spokesman told Pakistani television.

    "All the four terrorists have been killed. The fighting is over now. The situation is under control," Major General Athar Abbas told private TV channel Geo in a live interview.

    Abbas said some security guards were also killed.

    "We are examining how many of our security guards have been martyred," he said, adding that the attackers were wearing camouflage uniform.

    Soon after the attack army commandos encircled the entire zone and helicopter gunships began to fly overhead.

    "They came in a van and tried to enter from gate 1 to gate 2 in the sensitive area. They were stopped and now the situation is under our control," Abbas added.

    An AFP journalist at the scene reported that the gunbattle lasted an hour and a half.

    The attack comes as the Pakistani Taliban have vowed to increase attacks to avenge the killing of their leader Baitullah Mehsud in a US drone strike in August.

    Local police officer Amjad Ali earlier told AFP: "A car was signalled to stop outside army headquarters. The occupants opened fire and threw grenades at security guards who retaliated. The fighting still continues outside the HQ. Commandos encircled the entire zone and gunship helicopters are flying over."

    Pakistan, on the frontline of the United States' battle with worlwide terrorism, has been hit by a wave of bombings that have killed nearly 2,200 people across the nuclear-armed country over the past two years.

    A massive suicide car bomb ripped through a packed market in the Pakistani city of Peshawar on Friday, killing 52 people and injuring over 100, in a region beset by Taliban attacks.
     
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