Monthly Archives: September 2010

‘Militants’ savage NATO convoy in southern Pakistan

View Larger Map The same day that Pakistan closed down NATO’s supply lines to Afghanistan moving through Khyber in the north, “militants” attacked in the city of Shikarpur and savaged a convoy carrying fuel and supplies destined for troops in Afghanistan. From Geo News: More than 27 oil tankers, meant for Nato’s fuel supply and […]


Pakistan closed NATO’s supply route in Afghanistan after claiming three Frontier Corps troops were killed by US troops in a cross-border strike. Twenty-seven NATO fuel trucks were destroyed in an attack in Shikarpur. Eight Germans and two Britons were killed in the Sept. 8 Predator strike in North Waziristan.


Suspected Boko Haram fighters attacked and killed a man and wounded another in Maiduguri, Borno. Two gunmen on a motorcycle killed a kolanut trader and a grain seller sitting in front of a mosque. It is suspected that they were targeting a ward head at the location.


A US citizen of Algerian descent accused of financially supporting Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb has been freed. The judge said that there wasn’t sufficient evidence against Mohamed Omar Dehbi but the investigation remains open. Dehbi used to live in Texas but moved to Barcelona in 2002 and has associated with Toufik Mizi, an […]