Pakistan-Afghanistan border security beefed up post Lahore suicide bomb attack
Wednesday, 15 February 2017 *Islamabad [Pakistan], Feb.15 (ANI): Following Monday's suicide bomb attack in Lahore, which resulted in the death of 13 persons and injuries to many others, the Pakistan government has reportedly issued orders to law enforcement agencies to increase patrolling and surveillance along the country's borders with Afghanistan.*
In Pakistan, at least four people have been reportedly killed and dozens more hurt in a suicide bomb attack on a court complex. The Pakistani Taliban’s Jamaat-ur-Ahrar says it carried out the blast in the northwestern town of Charsadda. Police say at least one of the attackers blew himself up...
Usman, a would-be suicide bomber, is currently on death row in the town of Shikarpur, where he was caught. Usman's testimony describes a web of radical... IndiaTimes - SportsAlso reported by •Epoch Times •DNA •Reuters India
A suicide bomber killed four Pakistani military personnel in the troubled northwest, near the border with Afghanistan, the army said on Wednesday.
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