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6/20/2009

Pakistan      15 Taliban militants and two soldiers killed in Bajaur Agency
Pakistan      11 Taliban militants killed in Dir Upper District
Pakistan      Eight Taliban militants killed in Swat and Buner
Pakistan      Six militants killed in aerial attacks on Baitullah Mehsud’s hideouts in South Waziristan
India      Maoists kill two Policemen and a civilian in separate incidents in Chhattisgarh
Pakistan      Judge and aide shot dead in Quetta
India      Two persons killed in bomb blasts in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Two ULFA militants shot dead in Assam
India      Suspected militant shot dead in Manipur
India      Maoists trigger twin landmine explosions in West Bengal
India      Huge amount of explosives and detonators recovered in Bihar
Sri Lanka      Arms and ammunition recovered in North
Sri Lanka      Troops recover arms and ammunitions in East
Sri Lanka      Three suspected LTTE militants arrested for plot to assassinate President
Sri Lanka      Logistics supplier to LTTE jailed in United Kingdom
Bhutan      Foreign Minister denies ULFA’s presence
India      Arrested Lashkar-e-Toiba militant Madni reveals link with Maoists







 
Pakistan
Judge and aide shot dead in Quetta

A judge and his aide were shot dead and 17 people were injured in bomb and grenade attacks in various parts of Balochistan on June 19, Dawn reported. Ziaullah, the judge of a Qazi court in Dasht, was coming to provincial capital Quetta along with his Reader Abdul Khaliq Dehwar in his official vehicle when motorcycle borne attackers fired at them near the Wapda grid station on Sariab Road. The two were seriously injured and died en route to the civil hospital.  

Further, at least 15 people were injured when a bomb placed on a push-cart parked at a taxi stand in Dera Murad Jamali went off.  

In addition, two people were injured in a grenade attack on the offices of a goods company in Hazargangi area on June 19-night.  

Separately, a Frontier Corps (FC) convoy going to Quetta from Mastung escaped a bomb attack in the Mian Ghundi area. The roadside bomb was detonated with a remote control after the convoy had crossed the Luck Pass area. Azad Baloch, a spokesman for the proscribed Baloch Liberation Army, claimed responsibility for the bombing.

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