NEW DELHI – Security has been strengthened around all civil and military airports in Pakistan after armed Taliban suicide bombers tried to attack two airbases in southwest Quetta. Pakistan security forces thwarted the attacks by the Islamic militia on the Samungli and Khalid airbases in the trouble-torn Balochistan province early Aug. 15, killing around 10 militants, reports reaching here say. The gun battle between the militants and security forces lasted around 6 hr., the reports ...
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