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Friday 27 January

Kabul( BNA)

Pakistan Federal Interior Minister, Rehman Malik Thursday revealed intelligence eight suicide bombers have entered the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi as per intelligence reports..

Talking to media here, he said, following the reports of possible terrorist activities, the security has been further tightened across the country and especially in the Capital to foil nefarious designs of the anti-state elements.

Commenting on the recent firing incidents in Karachi and Quetta, he said some elements want to fan sectarianism especially to destabilize Karachi, which is the hub of economic activities of the country

Friday 27 Junuary

Kabul (BNA)

Assailants fired nine rockets here on Friday; three of them hit the outer wall of Pakistan Military Academy, DCO Abottabad Imtiaz Hussain Shah said.

No one was hurt in the pre-dawn attack but three rockets damaged the outer wall of the academy.

"Nine rockets were fired. Three rockets hit the boundary wall of the military academy and damaged it. No one was hurt in the attack," the DCO said.

"We have launched a search operation," Shah added. The six other rockets landed in open fields near the outer wall, he said.

It was not immediately clear who was responsible for the attack.

Monday, January 23, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The embassy of Turkmenistan to Islamic Republic of Afghanistan informs that the presidential election of Turkmenistan will be held on 12 February, 2012.
At the same date poling centers will be open at the embassy of Turkmenistan in Kabul and Consulates of Turkmenistan in Herat and Mazar-i-Sharif cities.
Therefore the citizens of Turkmenistan who are currently in Afghanistan are invited to attend the election.
Be reminded that Turkmen citizens who are willing to attend the election must contact the following numbers as soon as possible and complete the necessary conditions:

Embassy of Turkmenistan in Kabul: 020 2302550

Consulate of Turkmenistan in Herat: 040 220624

Consulate of Turkmenistan in Mazar-i-Sharif: 050 2002350

Monday 23, January

Kabul (BNA)

The bodies of four French soldiers were flown home Sunday, two days after their deaths at the hands of an Afghan soldier led President Nicolas Sarkozy to threaten to pull his forces out of Afghanistan.

French Defence Minister Gerard Longuet, who flew out to Afghanistan after the killings, accompanied the coffins which were draped in the French flag as they arrived at a Paris airport shortly before midnight.

Fifteen French troops were wounded in the attack by an Afghan soldier who shot dead the four unarmed soldiers at a base where they were having a joint sports session on Friday.

Twelve of the wounded soldiers were flown home on Saturday. Two others remain hospitalized at Bagram Air Base while one is being treated at the French military hospital in Kabul.


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