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Three civilians killed in fresh wave of Kashmir violence

Srinagar, Indian-administered Kashmir – Three civilians, including a 15-year-old female student, have been killed after Indian paramilitary forces fired on protesters in Indian-administered Kashmir, officials said. 607 more words

Extreme Restraint

All you need to know about SPECIAL FRONTIER FORCE

Source: QUORA

Special Frontier Force is not part of Indian Army but is categorized as a Airborne Paramilitary Force where all soldiers are ‘Para’ qualified which is a pre-requisite to perform behind the enemy lines jobs. 562 more words

Indian Army

The Journey Begins

Chapter One:  Lietuvēns.

“He will tell us exactly how he stole 200 million euros from the Latvian Government.  Otherwise, we’ll strap him to a chair.  We’ll insert a hypodermic syringe into his left eyeball.  875 more words

HITCORP Offers Services

HITCORP, one of the premier paramilitary contracting companies, is offering its services more widely. The long standing company is one of the best equipped in the world and offers everything from rescue to armed interdiction. 41 more words

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International/National/Oaxaca: Fox, Calderon and over 100 Former Officials to be Denounced before International Criminal Court for Crimes against Humanity

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On April 5th, 2018, the ombusman of Oaxaca Arturo Peimbert, confirmed in an interview with La Jornada that in July he will present a complaint before the International Criminal Court against former presidents Vicente Fox and Felipe Calderon, the former governor of Oaxaca, Ulises Ruiz Ortiz and a dozen senior officials of the Mexican State for crimes against humanity committed during the socio-political conflict of 2006 and 2007 in Oaxaca. 308 more words

Human Rights