April 2009


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Monday, April 27, 2009, Jamadi-ul-Awwal 01, 1430 A.H

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Nine killed in Kurram clashes

PARACHINAR: Nine people were killed and 17 others sustained injuries in clashes between two rival tribes of the Kurram Agency that continued on Sunday. 

Sources said an exchange of fire continued for the fourth consecutive day in Balishkhel and Khar Killay area in the Lower Kurram.

 

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Monday, April 27, 2009, Jamadi-ul-Awwal 01, 1430 A.H

 briefs….

Nine killed in Kurram clashes

PARACHINAR: Nine people were killed and 17 others sustained injuries in clashes between two rival tribes of the Kurram Agency that continued on Sunday. 

Sources said an exchange of fire continued for the fourth consecutive day in Balishkhel and Khar Killay area in the Lower Kurram.

 

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Clashes between 2 rival tribes leaves 3 dead in Lower Kurram

KURRAM AGENCY: At least 3 people were killed while 7 other sustained serious injuries in armed clashes between rival groups in the lower Kurram.

According the sources, the clash between two rival groups erupted on Thursday while the real reason behind it can not be ascertained so far.

Source said, 3 tribesmen were killed while 7 other sustained injuries when their opponents opened indiscriminate fire on them in area of lower Kurram.

Both were using heavy arms against each other. It may be recalled here hundreds people have lost their lives during 8 months long clashes between two groups in Tira valley of Kurram agency some months ago.

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Clashes between 2 rival tribes leaves 3 dead in Lower Kurram

KURRAM AGENCY: At least 3 people were killed while 7 other sustained serious injuries in armed clashes between rival groups in the lower Kurram.

According the sources, the clash between two rival groups erupted on Thursday while the real reason behind it can not be ascertained so far.

Source said, 3 tribesmen were killed while 7 other sustained injuries when their opponents opened indiscriminate fire on them in area of lower Kurram.

Both were using heavy arms against each other. It may be recalled here hundreds people have lost their lives during 8 months long clashes between two groups in Tira valley of Kurram agency some months ago.

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 3 more kids die as shortage of medicines persists
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
By Our correspondent 
PARACHINAR: The shortage of life-saving medicines in the markets and hospitals has further aggravated in Kurram Agency as three more kids died here Tuesday taking the number of expired children to 14.

Sources reported that the main road linking Parachinar with Peshawar was in the firm grip of militants and kidnappers. One could not risk breaking the siege of the road beyond the area of Tall, as the militants either kidnap or kill those travelling on the route, residents said.

Because of the forced closure of the road, besides other essentials the life-saving drugs were non-existent in the hospitals and markets alike. The expired kids were identified as Shahzia, resident of Jalandhar, two-year-old Zainul Abideen of Mihora and a toddler, Habib Ali, belonging to the Bughdai area.

Habib Ali died in the way while he was being shifted to Peshawar through the long and rough route via Afghanistan after five hours of arduous journey. 

 
SOURCE: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print1.asp?id=173677

 

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 3 more kids die as shortage of medicines persists
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
By Our correspondent 
PARACHINAR: The shortage of life-saving medicines in the markets and hospitals has further aggravated in Kurram Agency as three more kids died here Tuesday taking the number of expired children to 14.

Sources reported that the main road linking Parachinar with Peshawar was in the firm grip of militants and kidnappers. One could not risk breaking the siege of the road beyond the area of Tall, as the militants either kidnap or kill those travelling on the route, residents said.

Because of the forced closure of the road, besides other essentials the life-saving drugs were non-existent in the hospitals and markets alike. The expired kids were identified as Shahzia, resident of Jalandhar, two-year-old Zainul Abideen of Mihora and a toddler, Habib Ali, belonging to the Bughdai area.

Habib Ali died in the way while he was being shifted to Peshawar through the long and rough route via Afghanistan after five hours of arduous journey. 

 
SOURCE: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print1.asp?id=173677

 

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 3 more kids die as shortage of medicines persists
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
By Our correspondent 
PARACHINAR: The shortage of life-saving medicines in the markets and hospitals has further aggravated in Kurram Agency as three more kids died here Tuesday taking the number of expired children to 14.

Sources reported that the main road linking Parachinar with Peshawar was in the firm grip of militants and kidnappers. One could not risk breaking the siege of the road beyond the area of Tall, as the militants either kidnap or kill those travelling on the route, residents said.

Because of the forced closure of the road, besides other essentials the life-saving drugs were non-existent in the hospitals and markets alike. The expired kids were identified as Shahzia, resident of Jalandhar, two-year-old Zainul Abideen of Mihora and a toddler, Habib Ali, belonging to the Bughdai area.

Habib Ali died in the way while he was being shifted to Peshawar through the long and rough route via Afghanistan after five hours of arduous journey. 

 
SOURCE: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print1.asp?id=173677

 

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