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Bangladesh: RAB officials arrest five terrorists

Dhaka: The Rapid Action Battalion on Monday said five members of a new terrorist group Jama'atul Ansar Fil Hindal Sharqiya have been arrested, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Key politician's office attacked in Kabul, 2 die 

Kabul:  Afghanistan Islamic Political Party led by Gulbuddin Hekmatyar has confirmed  his headquarters in Kabul city was attacked during Friday's prayer which left at least two attackers dead, media reports said.

Pakistan: Eight security personnel killed in two separate incidents

Lakki Marwat, Pakistan: At least eight security personnel, which included six policemen and two soldiers, died in two separate incidents in Lakki Marwat and Bajaur districts of Pakistan on Wednesday, media reports said.

Pakistan: Terrorists attack on police mobile patrol in Lakki Marwat, 6 cops die

New Delhi:  At least six policemen, including an assistant sub-inspector (ASI), died  when two terrorists on a motorcycle opened fire on their mobile during routine patrolling in Pakistan's  Lakki Marwat region, media reports said on Wednesday.

Terrorism intensifying across Africa, exploiting instability and conflict

New York: The growth of terrorism is a major threat to international peace and security, currently felt most keenly in Africa, the deputy UN chief told the Security Council on Thursday. 

Pakistan: Suspected terrorist planning to target Chinese doctor arrested

The Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) of Sindh police on Thursday claimed its personnel have arrested  a suspected terrorist who allegedly intended to kill a Chinese doctor in Hyderabad, mdeia reports said on Friday.

Rights body recognises Bangladesh Genocide of 1971

Washington/Dhaka: Human Rights Congress for Bangladeshi Minorities (HRCBM) has welcomed US resolution on Bangladesh Genocide by Pakistan in 1971.

Iran imposes sanctions on British officials for 'backing terrorism'

Tehran/UNI: The Iranian Foreign Ministry imposed sanctions on a number of British institutes and individuals for "supporting terrorism and terrorist groups, promoting and instigating terrorism, violence and hate-mongering and violation of human rights."

Nearly half of world’s terror victims are African, with organised crime increasingly entrenched

New York: The threat of terrorism and organised crime is becoming increasingly entrenched across Africa, the head of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime told the Security Council on Thursday, warning that illegal trafficking is depriving millions of a decent livelihood.

Pakistan: Two suspected terrorists die during gunfight with security officials

Karachi:  Four counterterrorism department (CTD) personnel were injured and two suspected terrorists killed during an exchange of fire in Pakistan's Karachi city,media reports said on Saturday.

Afghanistan: Blast rocks educational centre in Kabul, 19 die

Kabul: A blast rocked an education centre in Afghanistan's capital Kabul city on Friday which left at least 19 people dead, media reports said, triggering widespread condemnation.

Afghanistan: One killed in Faizabad blast

Faizabad (Afghanistan): One person was killed and three others injured as a blast rocked Faizabad city, the capital of Afghanistan's northern Badakhshan province, on Sunday, provincial head of information and culture department Qari Maazudin Ahmadi said.

Pakistan: Swat residents demonstrate against rise of terror activities

Swat, Pakistan: Residents of Swat region of Pakistan recently demonstrated against the rise in terror activities in the area.

UN meeting upholds need to remember and support victims of terrorism

New York: Advancing the rights and needs of people whose lives have been upended by terrorism is the goal of a two-day meeting that opened at United Nations Headquarters in New York on Thursday.

Research shows hardline Islamic group Hefazat-e-Islam poses challenge for Bangladesh

Dhaka: A leading think tank South Asia Democratic Forum (SADF) has claimed that Bangladesh is gripped by challenges posed by hardline Islamic group Hefazat-e-Islam as the country continues to witness frequent outbursts of massive violence, an increase in religiously motivated illiberalism, and a general shrinking of free, liberal, and secular thinking.