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Two ‘hardcore terrorists’ hanged in Sahiwal prison

RAWALPINDI:  Two hardcore terrorists belonging to the outlawed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) were hanged in the high security prison in Sahiwal on Tuesday, said a statement by Inter Services Public Relations. The convicts were tried by military courts and were found involved in committing heinous offences relating to terrorism including killing of civilians, attacking armed forces, law enforcement agencies, polio vaccination team and employees of a non-governmental organisation. One of the terrorists, Muhammad…

India decries death sentence to RAW agent Yadav in Pakistan

NEW DELHI: Any move to execute an Indian convicted by a Pakistani court-martial of spying would be "premeditated murder", New Delhi warned Islamabad on Monday. India's foreign ministry said it had summoned the Pakistan High Commissioner (ambassador) Abdul Basit to protest after Kulbushan Sudhir Jadhav was sentenced to death at a court-martial which was closed to the public. Though Yadav, working for Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), had confessed his involvement in terror activities in Pakistan in a…

Uzair Baloch to face trial in a military court: sources

KARACHI: Government has decided to conduct trial of former Lyari gangster and chief of the proscribed People’s Amn Committee in a military court, sources informed ARY News on Saturday. According to sources, Baloch was allegedly in contact with foreign spy agencies including the Indian Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and an Iranian intelligence agency. Baloch was arrested on January 30, 2016 by Sindh Rangers who claimed to have apprehended him from outside Karachi. “The gang leader was arrested in a targeted operation…

Israeli soldier who shot dead prone Palestinian guilty of manslaughter

TEL AVIV: An Israeli soldier who shot dead a wounded Palestinian assailant as he lay on the ground posing no apparent threat was convicted of manslaughter on Wednesday after a trial that deeply divided the country. Sentencing is expected at a later date. He faces up to 20 years in prison. The soldier, Elor Azaria, had been on trial for manslaughter in a military court since May, with right-wing politicians defending him despite top army brass harshly condemning the killing. Judge Colonel Maya Heller spent more than…