Crime Watch – Newsletter for March 2, 2011

India allows Pakistani team access to 26/11 witnesses

NEW DELHI - India has agreed in principle to allow an investigating team from Pakistan to question Mumbai witnesses of the 2008 terror attack, Home Minister P. Chidambaram said Tuesday. But he added that Islamabad had been asked if Indian investigators could similarly question people accused of conspiring and helping execute the Mumbai carnage that ... Read more »».

Crime Watch – Newsletter for March 1, 2011

Taliban kill four alleged spies in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD - The bodies of four men apparently killed by the Taliban for working as informers for the US, were found Tuesday in Pakistan’s lawless tribal zone, officials said. The bodies of the local men, who had been shot several times, were discovered in the Hamzoni area in the district of North Waziristan, near the .... Original article on Gaea Times at  : Taliban kill four alleged spies in Pakistan.

Crime Watch – Newsletter for February 28, 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 – Newsletter for February 27, 2011

Man blows himself up outside Moscow shopping centre

MOSCOW - A man blew up himself with a grenade in an apparent suicide attack at the entrance to a shopping centre in Moscow Saturday, media reports said. Interfax news agency reported that the 41-year-old man drove up to the store on the Yurlovsky Proyezd street in a silver-coloured Range Rover, parked the car outside .... Read the original article  : here.

Crime Watch – Newsletter for February 26, 2011

Bhutan not to allow anti-India rebels on its soil

GUWAHATI - Bhutans Prime Minister Jigme Y. Thinley Friday said Indian separatists would not be allowed to set up bases and launch hit-and-run guerrilla attacks out of the Himalayan nation. Now there are no militants from Assam in our country and let me assure that we shall not allow any anti-India forces to use our .... Source  : Bhutan not to allow anti-India rebels on its soil.

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