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12 killed in twin bomb blasts in southern India

Hyderabad Bombing

A pair of bombs exploded Thursday evening in a crowded shopping area in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad, killing at least 12 people and wounding scores of others in the worst bombing in the country in more than a year, officials said.


Report: Rebels blow up bus in India, killing 40

Maoist rebels blew up a bus filled with police and civilians Monday as it drove through central India, authorities said. News reports said 40 people were killed in the attack....


2 bombs hit northwestern Pakistani city; 23 dead

Two bombs, hours apart, exploded in the Pakistani city of Peshawar on Monday, killing 23 people and underscoring the reach of militants despite successive military offensives close to the Afghan border, police said.


Blasts Reported Near U.S. Consulate in Pakistan

Blasts Reported Near U.S. Consulate in Pakistan

At least three explosions erupted on Monday near the U.S. Consulate in Peshawar, officials said. An earlier bomb killed at least 25 at a political rally in Dir.


Maoists bomb railway in India, derail high-speed train

Seven coaches of one of India's most prestigious passenger trains derailed Tuesday after Maoists rebels bombed the railway line, police said.


Blast in a bakery near ashram kills 8 in India

A top official says the blast on a bakery near a meditation center in western India was apparently caused by a bomb....


3 U.S. soldiers die in blast near Pakistan school

A bomb killed three U.S. soldiers and partly destroyed a girls' school in northwest Pakistan on Wednesday in an attack that drew ...


Double bombing kills 11 at Pakistan police station

Suspicion falls on the Taliban, who have been blamed for two weeks of attacks that have killed more than 150.

PESHAWAR, Pakistan — A trio of suicide attackers, including a rare female bomber, set off two blasts outside a police station in the northwest Pakistani city of Peshawar today, killing 11 people in the latest bloodshed in an unrelenting wave of terror plaguing the country.


Indonesian Police Say Jakarta Bombings Are Work of Jemaah Islamiyah

Indonesian Police say the bombings of two hotels in Jakarta on Friday was the work of Jemaah Islamiyah, a terrorist group with al-Qaida ties. Analysts say it is likely that Noordin Top, a Malaysian fugitive who leads an affiliated group ...


Report: Fugitive suspected in Jakarta blasts

Report: Fugitive suspected in Jakarta blasts

The conventional but sophisticated modus operandi used in twin hotel bombings prompted Indonesian officials to suspect one of the nation's most-wanted men, official media reported Saturday.


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