Crime Watch – Weekly Newsletter for March 1-7, 2011

Rebel bomber held in Meghalaya

SHILLONG - A top rebel of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) involved in several bombings was arrested Sunday along the India-Bangladesh border in Meghalaya, an official said. “(Self-styled) Sergeant Major Anjima Boro was arrested this (Sunday) morning after he sneaked into the country from Bangladesh through Baldova village in West Garo Hills .... Source article  : Rebel bomber held in Meghalaya.

Crime Watch – Weekly Newsletter for February 21-28, 2011

Timeline of 26/11 case

MUMBAI - The Bombay High Court Monday upheld the death sentence of Pakistani terrorist Mohammed Ajmal Amir Kasab, nearly 27 months after he and nine other gunmen created mayhem in Mumbai killing 166 and injuring over 230 people. Here is the timeline of the case: Nov 26, 2008: Kasab and nine Pakistani gunmen launch a ... Original article on : Timeline of 26/11 case.

Crime Watch – Weekly Newsletter for February 14-21, 2011

Indonesian cleric's terrorism trial resumes

JAKARTA - Muslim militant cleric Abu Bakar Ba’asyir, alleged leader of terrorist group Jemaah Islamiyah, was back on trial Monday in Indonesia. The trial of Ba’asyir, accused of allegedly helping to set up and fund an Islamic militant training camp, was adjourned Thursday for a technicality. If found guilty, the 72-year-old cleric could face the .... Original article on Gaea Times at  : Indonesian cleric’s terrorism trial resumes.

Crime Watch – Weekly Newsletter for February 7-14, 2011

Sikhs in Pakistan seek compensation for terror losses

ISLAMABAD - Sikhs in Pakistan’s Orakzai Agency bordering Afghanistan have asked the government to compensate the community for the huge losses inflicted on them by terrorists. A group of Sikh leaders said that terrorists had burnt 26 houses, 18 shops and some factories of their community, Dawn reported Monday. The leaders included Parjeet Singh, Mahan ... Read : Sikhs in Pakistan seek compensation for terror losses.

Crime Watch – Weekly Newsletter for February 1-7, 2011

Four killed in Peshawar suicide blast

PESHAWAR - At least four people, including a senior police official, were killed while 15 people were injured Monday in a suicide blast in this capital city of northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. “The suicide bomber targeted a police van, which was severely damaged. The DSP (deputy superintendent of police) on board and his three guards ... Read more »».

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