PESHAWAR Pakistan (Reuters) – Twelve militants were killed in fighting between factions of the Pakistani Taliban near the Afghan border on Tuesday, Taliban and security officials said, the first such clash since the two feuding groups agreed to abide by a ceasefire two weeks ago.
NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Poor management in dealing with the overwhelming response to last week’s devastating landslide in Afghanistan has resulted in chaos and confusion over the provision of food, water and shelter to victims, aid workers said on Tuesday.
AAB BAREEK Afghanistan (Reuters) – Afghan police fired gunshots into the air on Tuesday to disperse villagers who fought police and aid workers distributing emergency supplies near the remote site of a deadly landslide, witnesses said.
RAHIM YAR KHAN Pakistan (Reuters) – The mob arrived at around midnight, brandishing clubs. They smashed statues, looted gold artefacts and then set the Hindu temple in Pakistan ablaze.
AAB BAREEK Afghanistan (Reuters) – Grief-stricken and desititute Afghan villagers vented anger with their government as they scrambled for emergency aid, three days after deadly landslides engulfed their homes.
QUETTA Pakistan (Reuters) – Pakistani forces killed at least 10 separatist militants in the volatile province of Baluchistan on Monday, paramilitary officials said.