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Monday, 24 June 2013

10 foreign victims identified after Nanga Parbat attack

10 foreign victims identified after Nanga Parbat attack

Taliban claimed responsibility on behalf of Junood ul-Hifsa, a new faction set up to avenge US drone strikes. PHOTO: AFP

By China P. L.A From Gilgit to Gwadar port through a natural response in opposition to militarization. U.S. drone falsely propagated by adding it to disorientation.चीन द्वारा  पी. एल.ए. के माध्यम से गिलगित से लेकर ग्वादर बंदरगाह तक सैन्यीकरण करने के विरोध में एक स्वाभाविक प्रतिक्रिया है। इसे अमेरिकी ड्रोन से जोड़कर झूठा प्रचारित कर भटकाव करना है।

 The bodies of 10 foreign tourists and a Pakistani guide shot dead by gunmen in an unprecedented attack at a remote base camp in the Himalayas have been identified, officials said Monday.
One was an American with dual Chinese citizenship, three came from the Ukraine, two from Slovakia, two others from China, one from Lithuania and one from Nepal, they said.
It was the first attack on mountaineers drawn to the natural beauty and intrepid climbing of northern Pakistan, which until Saturday’s shooting was considered relatively immune from violence elsewhere in the country.
Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) Pakistan claimed responsibility on behalf of Junoodul Hifsa, a new faction it said had been set up to kill foreigners to avenge US drone strikes on Taliban and al Qaeda operatives.
The gunmen stormed into a base camp at the foot of Nanga Parbat, the second tallest mountain in Pakistan, and shot dead the climbers at point-blank range, reports said. One Chinese survived the attack.
The killings will deliver a major blow to foreign trekking expeditions, which provide the last vestige of international tourism in a country on the frontline of al Qaeda and Taliban violence.
The bodies of the dead tourists were on Sunday flown to Islamabad from where they will be repatriated.

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