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MPA says govt ignoring missing persons’ issue

Posted on 2010/12/16 0:00:00 ( 963 reads )

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QUETTA: The Balochistan Assembly discussed the missing persons’ issue on Wednesday, as a PPP lawmaker expressed resentment over the provincial government’s indifference to the matter.

A member from the treasury benches, Ali Madad Jatak, said the relatives of missing persons have been on a hunger strike for the past five months, but not a single government representative had visited them. This indicates a lack of concern on the part of public representatives, he said.
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A Baloch Student Activists abducted from Gawader

Posted on 2010/12/12 0:00:00 ( 860 reads )

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Occupied Balochistan: Another Baloch Students Organization (BSO-Azad) Central Committee member Abdul Qayyum Comrade had been whisked away here from Gwadar on Saturday noon. According to the members, FC troops entered his house and made the family members hostage at gun point and put the Abdul Qayyum and whisked him away in a swift action.
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6th International Conference against Disappearances in United Kingdom

Posted on 2010/12/7 0:00:00 ( 1117 reads )

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London: On 9-12 December 2010, International Committee against Disappearances is organising an international conference against disappearances around the world in London. In the conference we intend to bring together the relatives of the disappeared, organisations struggling against disappearances under custody and human rights violations from different countries of the world, unions, social movements, and intellectuals etc to share their pain, anger and experiences with each other. We believe that our conference will also provide an opportunity for all participants to discuss and build upon joint struggles.
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Baloch students’ baton charged during protest

Posted on 2010/11/30 0:00:00 ( 953 reads )

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Occupied Balochistan: The police and Frontier Corps (FC) resorted to baton charging the protesting students belonging to the Baloch Students Organisation (BSO) at the University of Balochistan (UoB) campus on Monday.

According to reports, two students were injured in tear gas shelling and baton charge by the police and FC personnel and several arrests were made. Different factions of the BSO had given a boycott call of all classes on Monday to protest against the discriminatory attitude of the chairperson of the Pharmacy Department of the university, denying admission to the Baloch students.
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UNESCO’s Director-General condemns murder of Pakistani journalist Abdul Hameed Hayatan in Baluchistan

Posted on 2010/11/27 0:00:00 ( 832 reads )

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The Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, has called on authorities to investigate the murder of Pakistani journalist Abdul Hameed Hayatan, whose body was found with gunshot wounds on 18 November outside of Turbat, in western Pakistan's Baluchistan province.

“I condemn the murder of Abdul Hameed Hayatan,” said Ms Bokova. “An act of violence on a journalist is not only a crime against the individual victim. It also represents an attack on freedom of expression, which is a fundamental right and a cornerstone of democratic society. I call on the authorities in Pakistan to spare no effort in investigating this murder and bringing the culprits to justice.”
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