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  • Peace committee head among four gunned down in Peshawar Four people, including the head of a local peace committee, were killed when unknown armed men attacked a vehicle in Matani a restive area of Peshawar on Monday evening, police said...
  • Aman lashkar volunteer killed, two others injured in IED blast in Tirah valley A volunteer of a local peacekeeping force was killed and others injured in an IED blast in Nari Baba area of the remote Tirah valley in Khyber Agency, sources said on Monday. According to them, three members of the local aman lashkar were travelling in a car when it was hit by an already planted improvised explosive device....
  • Rs220m released for Landi Khan water supply scheme The political administration of Khyber Agency released Rs220 million for the water supply scheme of Landi Khana, a village in Landi Kotal tehsil of Khyber Agency. According to Political Agent Khalid Mehmood, engineers have started mapping of the project, adding, once completed, the execution phase would soon be started....
  • Police official suspended over corruption charges Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Peshawar, Tahir Khan on Monday suspended a police official posted at the Peshawar-Islamabad Motorway toll plaza on corruption charges, a spokesman of the police department said in a statement here. The spokesman added that the CCPO had received large number of complaints from general public against police official Murad Khan, alleging him of taking bribes from the people....
  • Young doctors announce to come on roads for their demands Young Doctors Association (YDA) has decided to expand their protest from the hunger strike camp and took to roads from Wednesday if their demands were not met. Addressing at a news conference in Peshawar press club on Monday, YDA’s president Dr. Gulab Noor Afridi said that they had set up a hunger strike camp under the Malik Saad flyover for the last six days to press the government accept their genuine demands, but sadly not a single government minister or an official visited their camp....

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Five killed in attack on lawmaker’s house in Kabul

Five killed in attack on lawmaker’s house in Kabul
December 22, 2016

PESHAWAR, 22 December: At least five people, including two sons of member of Afghan Parliament, Mir Wali, were killed when militants attacked his house in Kabul on Wednesday night.

Media reports said the security forces have encircled the house of the lawmaker from Helmand, while the militants were holding the people of the house hostage.

The 25-year-old son of another member of the Parliament, Ubaidullah Barakzai and two security personnel were reportedly among the dead. A number of people have also been injured.

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