Troops attack cleric's base.SWAT, Pakistan: Troops and helicopter gunships attacked the village stronghold of a militant cleric yesterday, a day after a suicide bombing Noun 1. suicide bombing - a terrorist bombing carried out by someone who does not hope to survive it
bombing - the use of bombs for sabotage; a tactic frequently used by terrorists
suicide bombing n → killed 30, while militants retaliated by beheading four security personnel in an intensifying conflict in Pakistan's northwest.
Militants kidnapped and beheaded be·head
tr.v. be·head·ed, be·head·ing, be·heads
To separate the head from; decapitate.
[Middle English biheden, from Old English beh three paramilitary soldiers and a police officer, and displayed their severed heads
Severed Heads is an Australian electronic music group based and founded in Sydney in 1979 (see 1979 in music) as Mr. and Mrs. No Smoking Sign. in a village near the resort town of Swat, said Badshah Gul gul
A stylized octagonal motif in Oriental rugs.
[Persian, rose; see julep.] Wazir Wazir may refer to:
Media reports had said that militants had abducted abducted Distal angulation of an extremity away from the midline of the body in a transverse plane and away from a sagittal plane passing through the proximal aspect of the foot or part, or away from some other specified reference point 11 security officials.
Hundreds of residents fled the fighting as the two sides traded fire across the Swat River using rocket-propelled grenades, mortars and other weapons, after security forces attacked the stronghold of cleric Maulana Fazlullah, who runs a sprawling seminary in Imam Dheri village.
Two civilians were killed when stray bullets hit them near the river, while one of the militants also died in the gun battle.
Pakistan has deployed 2,500 paramilitary troops to Swat to tackle the cleric, who leads a banned pro-Taliban group that sent thousands of volunteers to fight in Afghanistan during the US-led invasion in 2001.
l A Malaysian Airlines jet was grounded for five hours in Karachi after receiving a security threat that forced the plane to be evacuated and searched, the carrier said yesterday.
The airlines said that shortly before the jet landed in the Pakistani city, the Karachi Airport Security Force received an "anonymous call that there would be a security threat on board."
Copyright [c] 2008 Gulf Daily News
Provided by Syndigate.info an Albawaba.com company