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Pakistan security forces kill eight terrorists who stormed into China-invested Gwadar port

Pakistani security forces killed eight gunmen who stormed into the Gwadar Port Authority Complex in the country, a strategically crucial port located in the mineral-rich region.

Armed attackers enter Gwadar Port Authority complex in Pakistan, Majeed Brigade claims responsibility

Armed attackers forcibly entered the Gwadar Port Authority Complex in Pakistan and opened fire on Wednesday.

Pakistan: Three die as navy helicopter crashes in Gwadar

At least two Pakistani Navy officers and one soldier were killed after a chopper in which they were travelling crashed in Pakistan's Gwadar region on Monday.

Pakistan: Gwadar still struggles for power supply despite inauguration of 100 MW electricity facility

The inauguration of a 100 MW electricity facility in Gwadar has not solved the trouble as people in the city still do not have power supply for three hours, media reports said.

Pakistan: Gwadar witnesses protest as women demonstrate demanding HDT chief's release

Following the arrest of Haq Do Tehreek (HDT) chief Maulana Hidayatur Rehman in mid-January, the situation in Pakistan's Gwadar region remained calm but after the lifting of section 144 in the town, protests over the arrest of the  Maulana once again started.

Gwadar movement echoes in Pakistan Senate

Islamabad: The protests and sit-ins led by the Haq Do Tehreek (HDT) in the port city of Gwadar were also reflected at the Pakistan Senate recently.

Pakistan: Tribal elder, son shot dead in Gawadar

Dera Bugti: Unidentified person shot dead the tribal elder and the chief of the Rajiha Bugti tribe in Karmanzai and his son in Dera Bugti district of Pakistan on Saturday, media reports said.

Pakistan: Gwadar protest leader arrested from court

Islamabad: Maulana Hidayatur Rehman, the chief of Haq Do Tehreek (HDT), was arrested on Friday from Gwadar after dodging the police for about two weeks, media reports said.

Baloch activists hold protest in London against police brutality in Pakistan's Gwadar

London: Baloch Republican Party UK recently demonstrated in London against the brutality of Pakistani forces and army in Balochistan’s Gwadar, media reports said on Wednesday.

Amnesty International calls for restoration of Internet and lifting of section 144 in Gwadar

Islamabad: The internet shutdown in Gwadar, Balochistan following the imposition of an emergency law to quell protests on 28 Dec must be reversed immediately Amnesty International said on Wednesday.

Pakistan: Gwadar protesters threaten to block CPEC projects

Gwadar, Pakistan: A large number of children took out protest march in  in the Pakistani port city of Gwadar and joined the Maulana Hidayatur Rehman-led sit-in that entered its 18th day on Sunday and even warned that they would block China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) if their demands are not met within a week, media reports said.

Chinese company stops operation in Pakistan's Gwadar

Islamabad: A Chinese company that exports copper, aluminium and iron to Beijing has stopped its operation in Pakistan's Gwadar city, media reports said on Wednesday.

Pakistan: Only 3 CPEC projects in Gwadar completed so far

Islamabad: Pakistan, a nation which considers China as a key ally, has completed only three China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects in Gwadar having value of over $300 million, media reports said on Monday.

Pakistan: Baloch leaders discuss issue of fishing by illegal trawlers

Balochistan, Pakistan: Several Baloch leaders in Pakistan attended a meeting recently to discuss prevention of  fishing by illegal trawlers, media reports said on Wednesday.

Pakistan PM Imran Khan takes notice of Gwadar fishermen's 'very legitimate' demands

Islamabad/IBNS: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has finally taken notice of the "very legitimate" demands of the Gwadar fishermen, marking a victory for the protesters.