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ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogSmoke and flames rise over a warehouse storing ammunition for multiple rocket launcher systems at a military base in the town of Kalynivka in Vinnytsia region, Ukraine September 27, 2017. Photo: Reuters KIEV: Massive explosions and a blaze at a military ammunition depot in central Ukraine forced authorities to evacuate 24,000 people and close airspace over the region, officials said on Wednesday. The blasts occurred late on Tuesday at a military base near Kalynivka in the Vynnytsya region, 270 kilometres west of the capital Kiev, Ukrainian emergencies service said in a statement. One person was injured, it said further. Arriving in the region hours later, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman said ?external factors? were behind the incident. On August 24, two people were injured by an explosion in the centre of Kiev on Independence Day, according to the police. The incident had occurred as US Defence Secretary James Mattis was on a visit to Ukraine. Since fighting with pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine broke out in 2014, the number of incidents involving explosives outside the conflict zone has increased.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogRAWALPINDI: Security agencies conducted intelligence-based operations in areas Khyber agency and recovered a cache of arms and ammunition. Operations were conducted in areas of Kamar Khel, Baz Garhi and Bara. Recovered arms and ammunition include SMGs, hand grenades, mortar rounds, rockets, IEDS and explosive material.
RAWALPINDI: Acting on actionable intelligence, security forces conducted operations seizing large caches of arms and ammunition on Saturday. According to a statement released by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) arm of the Pakistan Army, forces conducted search operations in Autto Khel, Mohmand Agency and in village Battan in Wari tehsil Upper Dir. During the search, a large cache of arms and ammunition including machine guns, mortars, rocket launchers, hand grenades, explosive material and communication equipment was recovered. geo_embedgallery In another intelligence based operation (IBO), FC Balochistan conducted a raid on terrorist hideouts in Tadri, Kohlu. During the raid, mortar and rockets, as well as ammunition, was recovered.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogRocket launchers and Kalashnikov rifles were among ammo recovered during police operation PESHAWAR: At least 86 suspects were rounded up and heavy ammunition recovered during a police search operation in Khyber Agency area of FATA late Thursday night, police officials said. According to Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Operations Peshawar Sajjad Khan, police seized 27 rocket launchers, 24 rockets, 16 Kalashnikov rifles during the operation. 16 hand grenades, 28 pistols and nine other rifles were also recovered during the operation, the SSP said.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogArmy personnel during a search operation. Photo: File CHAMAN: Two alleged suspects were arrested in a search operation in connection with the Quetta suicide blast that killed 15 people and injured at least 40 on Saturday night, security officials said on Sunday. The suspects were shifted to an undisclosed location. Officials informed that a huge cache of weapons and ammunition were also recovered from a house during the search operation. Officials added that 671 personnel mines, 16 IEDs, 67 remotes, 167 antennas, 14 IED electric circuits, more than 100kg explosives, six bundle IED wires, three suicide jackets, 50 electronic detonators, 50 rocket launchers and 25kg ball bearings were hidden in the house. A huge suicide explosion, targeting Pakistan Army personnel in Quetta, reportedly took place in a vehicle, occurred at the Pishin bus stop, causing cars in the surroundings to catch fire soon afterwards. "An attempt to mar independence day festivity. Our resolve won't succumb to any challenge," DG ISPR Major-General Asif Ghafoor posted on Twitter. Army troops reached the site of the incident soon after the attack and cordoned off the area. The injured were shifted to the Combined MIlitary Hospital, some of the injured were shifted to Civil Hospital Quetta and an emergency was declared in hospitals in the vicinity.
waqas dar posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogRAWALPINDI: Security forces on Wednesday recovered cache of arms and ammunition from North Waziristan agency during a search operation. According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the intelligence-based operation was part of Operation Raddul Fasaad. Security forces launched a nationwide military operation Raddul Fasaad earlier in February, which includes broad-spectrum security and counter-terrorism operations in Punjab, and continuation of ongoing operations across the country. The operation includes a countrywide deweaponisation drive and explosive control as additional cardinals of the effort. The hallmark of this operation is the pursuance of the National Action Plan (NAP).
waqas dar posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogKOHAT: Police arrested one person and recovered arms and ammunition from his vehicle on the Indus Highway on Wednesday, Geo News reported. According to sources, the suspect vehicle was hailed by the highway police during a regular stop and search at the Kohat tunnel checkpost and recovered 15 pistols, numerous rifles and thousands of live cartridges. Security sources added, that the arms and ammunition were allegedly being transferred from Darra Adam Khel to Punjab. Police on May 1 recovered a huge cache of arms from a car in Kot Pindi Das in Sheikhupura and arrested two suspects. Approximately, a hundred rifles including Kalashnikov rifles, pistols, and a thuosands of bullets from a car were recovered. The accused were transporting the weapons from Islamabad to Lahore via the road, the Motorway Police told Geo News. While the car managed to avoid all security checks from Islamabad to Sheikhupura, the driver fled the spot after the car was searched.
waqas dar posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogSHEIKHUPURA: The security forces, on Monday, recovered a huge cache of arms from a car in Kot Pindi Das in Sheikhupura. Two suspects were arrested after the Motorway Police recovered approximately a hundred rifles, Kalashnikov rifles, pistols, and a huge cache of bullets from a car. The accused were transporting the arms and ammunition from Islamabad to Lahore via the Motorway, the Motorway Police told Geo News. "The arms were hidden in a secret compartment in the car," the Motorway Police said. "We acted on a tip and intercepted the plan to use the arms for acts of terrorism." Read more: Huge cache of arms recovered from Karachi neighbourhood Earlier on April 8, a large stock of arms was recovered from an empty plot in Karachi’s Ahsanabad during a search operation. The operation was conducted after police received credible information regarding the presence of weapons in the area however no suspects were arrested during the operation. SSP Malir Rao Anwar said that when police reached the site unidentified gunmen started firing on them. During the exchange of fire, Muttahida Qaumi Movement-London’s (MQM-London) sector in-charge Naseem Ajmeri managed to escape, Anwar said. The police seized 12 light machine guns snipers, 13 Kalashnikov rifles, 8mm and 9mm pistols and G3 among several rounds of bullets. Explosive materials were also recovered.