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Militants’ Attack on Airport Leaves 7 Dead in Pakistan

Old 16th Dec 2012, 02:29
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Militants’ Attack on Airport Leaves 7 Dead in Pakistan

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Hmm, Taliban getting bolder and bolder, only this time they were handed their arses.

"started with rocket fire that punched a hole in the airport perimeter wall Moments later, a vehicle carrying a group of heavily armed militants drove toward the hole, apparently intent on rushing through the breach. But the vehicle exploded before it reached the wall, killing five militants inside. That blast was followed by a gunfight between security forces and a second group of militants who had been hiding in a nearby building...

Three suicide jackets have been removed and defused from killed terrorists,” “The fourth bomber exploded his jacket. We have also recovered and defused 11 hand grenades.”
Praise for the Pakistani Army isn't often articulated on these hallowed pages, but their war goes on as well....
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