JournalismPakistan.com April 21, 2014
QUETTA: A Deutsche Welle correspondent in Quetta said Sunday he had survived an assassination attempt.
Abdul Ghani Kakar said in a statement three armed men chased him in a green colored jeep from Zargoon Road. Sensing danger, he said he pulled over at Makran Road in Satellite Town and tried calling the police. In the meanwhile, the assailants rammed their vehicle into his car and fled. Two passersby were reportedly injured.
Kakar said he had been receiving threatening phone calls for the past few days. Police have recorded his statement.
The News, April 24, 2017
Every so often we hear of some person who has been arrested for touching someone’s child. His defense is always that it was an innocent gesture of affection or that he was struck by a bout of homesickness and thinking of his own children back home and meant no harm.
Probably he did not mean anything untoward and one ...Read more...
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