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Microsoft’s acquisition of Skype on Tuesday has raised many industry eyebrows, but how exactly does the company plan to silence its critics? Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer hinted at the company’s plans for Skype during a media briefing on Tuesday morning. Microsoft is understood to be preparing a revamped communications platform for Windows Phone 7.5. Microsoft’s Skype deal started with an unsolicited offer from Microsoft to Silver Lake in March. NoDo isn’t a real update, its a minor update that was ready and was to be delivered in december 2010. HUNTSVILLE — A Texas death row inmate convicted of killing a fellow drug dealer while robbing him outside of a Waco convenience store 10 years ago was executed Tuesday evening. He added that he wanted his "partners" or friends to know that he would "be back" like the Arnold Schwarzenegger "Terminator" film character. As the lethal drug began flowing into his arms, he took a breath, yawned, then began snoring. Parr's attorneys didn't file any last-minute court appeals but Parr himself filed a petition with the U.S. State and federal courts had rejected all of Parr's earlier appeals, most recently last week. Parr, 35, became the fifth inmate executed this year in Texas, which has 10 others scheduled for the coming months including one next week.
Known as "Outlaw" on the streets, he had told The Associated Press during a recent interview that he was resigned to his fate — and even welcomed it — although he insisted someone else killed 18-year-old Joel Dominguez. Parr said he was nowhere near the convenience store at the time of the killing and contended a surveillance video that showed him there was doctored by prosecutors. Parr declined to say who did the shooting, saying he "gave the dudes my word" that he wouldn't snitch on them. Whiteside, who is serving a 15-year sentence for aggravated robbery, testified that Parr was the one who shot and killed Dominguez. Parr, from prison, described himself as a third-grade dropout who "grew up on the streets since I was 9." He said he had fathered five children.
Prior to the killing, Parr had several drug convictions, including one for three counts of delivering cocaine, for which he was placed on probation.
Parr recently told McLennan County authorities he had killed 16 people and offered to lead them to the remains of at least two of his victims if they would dismiss a robbery case against his nephew.
Next week, Jeffrey Williams, 37, is set to die for the 1999 slaying of a Houston police officer who had pulled him over for driving a stolen car. Afghanistan is for the first time hosting Pakistan’s Habib Bank Limited cricket team for cricket series, consisting of two 4-day matches and four One Day matches. The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) said the matches will kick off on 14th of May under the Alokozay International Cricket Series.
According to a statement by ACB, this is the firt time Afghanistan is hosting a foreign cricket team for series of matches in Kabul.
ACB Chairman Nasimullah Danish said the cricket series will not only help increase the supporters of cricket in Afghanistan but will alsop help the growth of cricket sport in the country. Meanwhile, the ACB Chief Executive Officer Shafiqullah Stanikzai, said the cricket series between the Habib Bank Limited team and the Afghanistan development athletes will help the spectators to view the performance of their favoirite teams. He said the Afghanistan Cricket Board is keen to pave the way for hosting the foreign teams in Afghanistan and hosting the Habib Bank Limited team is the first breakthrough achieved with the efforts of ACB. Afghanistan had major achievements in cricket sports during the last one decade with the Afghan national team achieving major successes on international level, including the ICC World Cups. The former Afghan cricket head coach Inzamam-ul-Haq insisted that the Afghan team should play against big teams in a bid to gain more experience and expand their capabilities in the future. The Afghan national team was expecting to play against Pakistan in a cricket series but it was cancelled following a deadly attack in Pakistan where the series of supposed to be played. At least 36 militants were killed in the latest counter terrorism operations conducted the Afghan National Security Forces, the Ministry of Defense (MoD) said Monday.
The statement further added that the operations were conducted in a number of the districts of Nangarhar, Paktia, Maidan Wardak, Kandahar, Uruzgan, Ghazni, Sar-e Pul, Herat, Jowzjan, Baghlan, Kunduz, Takhar and Helmand provinces. 5 armed militants including a one of the commanders named Alef were killed, 3 others wounded and in the vicinity of Dehrawood District of Uruzgan, one armed militant was gunned down, MoD said. Additionally as a result of the clearance operation of ANA, six armed militants were killed in Andar district of Ghazni and Zurmat of Paktia, four others were wounded, the statement said, adding that Afghan National Army as National Defense Forces for the protection of people‘s lives and properties and for defeating and eradicating terror groups, will fight the enemies vigorously   and are ready to give sacrifices for bringing lasting peace and stability to people. The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has said it regrets the execution of 6 militants convicted of terror offences. The statement further added that the United Nations notes that there is no conclusive evidence of the deterrent value of the death penalty and that the use of capital punishment does not contribute to public safety. The militants executed early on Sunday included a Haqqani terrorist member as well as an affiliate of the al-Qaeda terrorist network who were mainly involved in high profile attacks including the assassination of former president and high peace council chief Burhanuddin Rabbani.
The execution of the followed days after the Taliban group claimed responsibility for a deadly attack in capital Kabul which left at least 64 dead and 347 others wounded. The attack sparked furor among the Afghan people and officials, forcing President Ghani to announce the government’s stance regarding peace efforts to end the violence through reconciliation process. A list of the militants convicted of terror offences was forwarded to President Ghani after he announced the government’s decision to suppress the militants by adopting the military option. The Afghan Mixed Martial Art fighter Baz Mohammad Mubariz defeated one of Russia’s MMA champions Maksim Katkov during OFS 8. Mubariz defeated Katkov during the first round of the match by starting the game aggressively and taking down his opponent during the initial seconds of the game.
Katkov is one of the most prominent MMA fighters in Russia and his record ahead of fight against Mubariz included fight fights which included only one defeat and four victories. Also known as “the Eagle”, Mubariz opened his way to the Russian Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) clubs following a voting competition last year. Mubariz secured first place in “Striking Eagles” fighting contest which was organized by Absolute Championship Berkut and received 7,516 votes during the contest which was held for a period of two weeks in the month of October.
He was selected among the 30 fighters of the world by ACB during the initial phases of the contest where 450 fighters from different countries participated. The Taliban group in Afghanistan issued a statement following the execution of six terrorists by the Afghan government, saying the group strongly condemns the execution of detainees.
Issued by the spokesman of the group Zabiullah Mujahid, the statement said the execution of the militants will not help the Afghan government to achieve success, emphasizing that the communist regime would lead the entire region of the use of force would yield any result. The statement further added that the militant group will add all those involved in its military target list for paving the way for the execution of the group’s detainees. The group also claimed that thousands of suicide bombers are prepared to avenge the execution of the militants by the Afghan government. The execution of six terrorists followed days after the Taliban group claimed responsibility for a deadly attack in capital Kabul which left at least 64 dead and 347 others wounded. The attack sparked furor among the Afghan people and officials, forcing President Ghani to announce the government’s stance regarding peace efforts to end the violence through reconciliation process.
A list of the militants convicted of terror offences was forwarded to President Ghani after he announced the government’s decision to suppress the militants by adopting the military option. The militants executed this morning included a Haqqani terrorist member as well as an affiliate of the al-Qaeda terrorist network who were mainly involved in high profile attacks including the assassination of former president and high peace council chief Burhanuddin Rabbani.
The details of six terrorists executed by the Afghan government have emerged which include a member of the Haqqani terrorist network as well as an al-Qaeda terrorist network affiliate. The remaining four terrorists belonged to the Taliban militants group who were hanged to death earlier today.
One of the suspect has been identified as Khan Agha who was also well known as Abdul Rahman, according to a latest of the executed terrorists.
Rahman was an al-Qaeda affiliated and was involved in attack on deputy intelligence chief Abdullah Laghmani and another senior intelligence chief official who were assassinated in Laghman province. The second terrorist appearing on the list has been identified as Hamidullah who was a Taliban group member and was involved in plotting an attack on former president and high peace council chief Burhanuddin Rabbani.
The third terrorist has been identified as Mohammad Ismail who was a member of the Haqqani terrorist network and was involved in an attack on Finest Super Market that led to the killing of a human rights commission along with several other civilians. Hujatullah is the fourth terrorist appearing on the list who was a Taliban group member and was involved in an attack on a bus in Paghman district of Kabul which left at least 9 civilians dead.
The fifth terrorist appearing on the list is identified as Mohammad Osman who was a Taliban group member and was involved in an explosion that left 7 policemen dead. Ikmal is the sixth terrorist who was a Taliban group member and was involved in an attack on Sardar Mohammad Daoud Khan hospital in Kabul which left 4 security personnel dead and 22 others wounded. A Haqqani network terrorists have been arrested by the Afghan intelligence operatives before the suspects manage to target the parliament building. The National Directorate of Security (NDS) said the terrorist was looking to attack the parliament building with BM12 rockets. No further details regarding the exact location where the terrorist was arrested by the intelligence operatives.
This comes as the Afghan intelligence operatives foiled attack plots by the notorious Haqqani terrorist network in Kabul city by arresting 3 suspects in connection to the attack plots on Wednesday. The intelligence operatives foiled at least four large attack plots by Haqqani terrorist network in capital Kabul last month. The network is accused of staging numerous cross-border attacks from their base in North Waziristan, including the 19-hour siege at the US Embassy in Kabul in September 2011. At least 10 Taliban insurgents were killed during a clash in southern Helmand province of Afghanistan late on Saturday night, the Ministry of Interior (MoI) said Sunday. The statement further added that 10 Taliban militants also sustained injuries during the gun battle with the Afghan forces.
According to MoI, a number of the Afghan National Police forces also suffered casualties during the attack.
Helmand is among the volatile provinces in southern Afghanistan where the anti-government armed militant groups are actively operating and frequently carry out insurgency activities.
Meanwhile, the Special Operation Forces of the Afghan National Army (ANA) conducted a night raid in southern Helmand province targeting a prison run by the Taliban insurgents on Friday.


According to Ministry of Defense, at least 60 people kept in the prison were released during the operation, leaving at least 2 militants dead and 3 others wounded. A would-be suicide bomber who was detained the Afghan security forces has spoken regarding the training camps in Miramshah, the administrative headquarters of North Waziristan. Identified as Nematullah, the would be bomber was trained in the training camps in Miramshah and was assigned to attack the district administrative headquarters of Tagab in Kapisa. The National Directorate of Security (NDS) said the suspect was identified and was arrested by the intelligence operatives before he manage to carry out the attack. Nematullah has confessed that he was recruited by a Taliban commander Mawlavi Ataullah and was sent to Miramshah for training. According to Nematullah, the trainers were adding medicines to their tea every morning in a bid to help wash their brains and prepare them for the attack. He said the trainees were forgetting everything by having the medicine and were concentrating on terrorist activities which were taught to them in the camp. This comes as the Afghan officials have long been criticizing Pakistan for allowing the Afghan anti-government armed militants to use their soil as sanctuaries for conducting attacks in Afghanistan. The Taliban group leadership as well as the notorious Haqqani terrorist network are openly operating in Pakistan by establishing councils in Peshawar and Quetta cities. President Ghani earlier asked Pakistan to take actions against the Taliban group leaderships based in Peshawar and Quetta cities of Pakistan.
At least 15 Afghan nationals have reportedly been killed during a clash with the Syrian rebels near the Syrian city of Aleppo, it has been reported. The British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said has said the Afghans who were killed during the clash were among the Iranian-backed militia fighters. Earlier, Tehran said thirteen Iranian soldiers were killed in a battle with Islamist militants over a village near the Syrian city of Aleppo. This comes as earlier reports emerged that suggesting Iran has sent thousands of Shia Afghans to Syria to fight for support of the regime of Bashar al-Assad.
According to the estimates, the number of these fighters is between 10,000 to 12,000 who are mainly illegal immigrants. The reports also added that Iran has promised citizenship to these fighters and improving the living conditions of their families besides each of these fighters are paid from $400 to $600 monthly wages. At least 28 militants were killed and 19 others were wounded in the latest air and ground operations of the Afghan National Security Forces, the Ministry of Defense (MoD) said. The statement further added that the operations were conducted in a number of the districts of Kunar, Nangarhar, Laghman, Paktia, Maidan Wardak, Kandahar, Uruzgan, Zabul, Balkh, Herat, Jawzjan, Baghlan, Kunduz, Takhar and Helmand provinces. The joint operations were supported by heavy artillery and Air forces, MoD said, adding that 45 insurgents were killed, 80 others wounded in Ghaziabad district of Kunar. MoD also added that 10 others were killed in Chardara district of Kunduz, while 2 ISIS loyalists were killed in eastern Nangarhar province of Afghanistan. According to MoD, at least 3 others were killed in a separate operation in Keshk Kohna district of Herat and 5 others were killed in Paktia. At least 5 more were killed in and 4 others were wounded during another operation conducted in Wardak province, MoD said, adding that 4 more were killed in Takhar and Zabul provinces and 4 others were wounded.
The anti-government armed militant groups including the Taliban insurgents have not commented regarding the reports so far. The ARG Presidential Palace issued a statement following the execution of 6 terrorists in Pul-e-Charkhi prison of Kabul today, saying President Ghani is committed to ensure justice is served and to punish those involved in terror and criminal activities.
The statement further added that the death penalty was approved in consideration with the constitution of Afghanistan, criminal laws, and the orders of Islam and other necessary formalities of the government.
The order was also given following repeated demands by the families of the victims of terrorist attacks, the statement said, adding that President Ghani signed the execution orders of the convicts following full assessment and completion of the process of the courts and judiciary institutions in a proper and justified manner. The execution of militants follows over a week after President Ghani received a list of militants sentenced to death which followed after a deadly attack on VIP protection unit in capital Kabul last month leaving at least 64 dead and 347 others wounded. The Taliban group claimed responsibility behind the attack but the officials said they doubt the Pakistan-based Haqqani terrorist network plotted and carried out the attack. The attack sparked furor among the Afghan officials and citizens of country who called on the government to ensure justice is served by implementing the judiciary institutions’ verdicts against the terrorists, specifically Anas Haqqani who is kept in the custody of the Afghan forces. At least 45 militants were killed and around 80 others were wounded in a failed Taliban coordinated attack in eastern Kunar province of Afghanistan. The Afghan National Army (ANA) 201st Silab Corps said the militants were killed during the gun battle with the Afghan forces in Ghaziabad district. A statement by 201st Silab Corps said the coordinated attack by Taliban on several security posts in Ghaziabad was successfully repulsed by the Afghan forces.
Earlier, the local officials said at least 28 Taliban militants were killed and 30 others were wounded during the clash. The officials further added that a member of the Afghan National Army lost his life and three others were wounded in the attack.
The Taliban group spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid earlier claimed that two Taliban militants were killed and five others were wounded during the gun battle with the Afghan forces.
Mujahid also claimed that eleven soldiers of the Afghan National Army were killed and several others were wounded during the clash. Kunar is among the volatile provinces in eastern Afghanistan where anti-government armed militants are actively operating in its various districts.
The province is also home of various foreign insurgents as they are routinely crossing the Durand Line from the tribal regions of Pakistan to stage attacks. At least six militants have been hanged in Pul-e-Charkhi prison of Kabul days days after Kabul government vowed punishment for militants convicted of terror charges. The execution of militants follows over a week after President Ghani received a militants sentenced to death. The list was asked by President Ghani following a deadly attack on VIP protection unit in capital Kabul last month which left at least 64 dead and 347 others wounded.
The Amnesty International earlier urged President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani not to sign the execution orders of prisoners convicted of terror offences.
At least 73 people were killed after two buses collided with a fuel tanker in southeastern Ghazni province of Afghanistan earlier today. Provincial governor spokesman Aqa Javid confirmed that 50 people were killed and over 60 others were wounded in the incident. However, Ismail Kawoosi, a spokesman for the Ministry of Public Health of Afghanistan, said the death toll as a result of the incident has climbed to 73. This comes nearly a month after at least 8 people were killed and over 40 others were wounded in a deadly traffic incident in southern Helmand province of Afghanistan.
Local officials said a bus overturned in Washer district as it was on its way from Nimroz province. Earlier, at least 11 people were killed and 6 others were wounded in a similar incident in the outskirts of Herat city in west of Afghanistan. The majority of the road accidents are taking place due to bad conditions of the roads, lack of traffic signs as well as reckless driving which largely contributes to deadly incidents in the country. A woman was shot dead by unknown gunmen in Herat province in west of Afghanistan, local official said Sunday.
Provincial police spokesman Abdul Rauf Ahmadi said the woman who was believed to be her 50s was shot dead in Herat city. He said unknown gunmen riding a motorcycle opened fire on the women in the 4th police district of the city late on Saturday afternoon.
Ahmadi further added that the assailants managed to flee the area and a search operation is underway to detain the perpetrators.
The main motive behind the murder of the woman is not clear so far but the local officials have said at least 11 target killings have taken place in Herat in the past 2 months.
The Chief Prosecutor of the Appellate Court of Herat Samiuddin Raheen was also shot dead by unknown gunmen near his residence in Herat last week. Meanwhile, the local residents are concerned regarding the growing criminal activities in the city, specifically the target killings and kidnappings. According to a reports, an Iranian national was also kidnapped from the vicinity of Herat on Saturday.
The United States has asked Pakistan to suppress the militant groups pursuing cross-border attacks, days after the country’s national security adviser Sartaj Aziz opposed to take military actions against the Afghan Taliban. A State Department official has reportedly reminded Islamabad that in December last year Afghanistan and Pakistan signed a joint statement, agreeing, “not to allow use of their respective soil against each other”.
The official has further added that Afghanistan and Pakistan had also agreed to “sternly handle any elements crossing over and getting involved in violence on either side, through active intelligence sharing and intelligence-based operations”. Aziz had earlier said such a policy had not brought results for 14 long years, refering to Kabul’s demand to act against the Taliban leaderships in Peshawar and Quetta cities. President Ghani ordered the Afghan security institutions to start crackdown against the Taliban groups pursuing violence and asked Islamabad to take actions against the sanctuaries of the groups in its soil.
The remarks by President Ghani followed a deadly attack in capital Kabul on a VIP protection unit which left at least 64 people dead and 347 others wounded.
In his remarks to announce the government’s stance towards peace efforts and fight against terrorism, President Ghani also added that Kabul does not expect Pakistan to bring the Taliban to the negotiation table”.
At least two services of the NATO-led Resolute Support (RS) mission lost their lives in an attack carried out by individuals in Afghan security forces uniform. The statement further added that Resolute Support members returned fire and killed the shooters. The statement added that the Afghan and Resolute Support officials are conducting an investigation into the incident and further information will be released as available and appropriate.
At least 27 Taliban insurgents were killed including 6 Pakistani insurgents in southeastern Ghazni province of Afghanistan. The statement further added that the operations were conducted in Noghi, Asfande, Shahbaz Khan, and Qarijat Recreation areas in Moqor district. According to MoD, at least 3 commanders of the Taliban militants were among those killed during the operations and at least 4 others were wounded. MoD also added that 6 Pakistani insurgents were also detained by the security forces during the operations and at least DshK heavy machine guns were destroyed and several landmines were confiscated. Ghazni is among the relatively volatile provinces in southeastern Afghanistan where anti-government armed militants are actively operating in its various districts and often carry out insurgency activities. The coalition security forces supported the Afghan Special Forces during a raid in southern Helmand province which resulted to release of over 60 hostages from a Taliban-run prison.


The statement further added that the Ktah Khas, Afghanistan’s national-level counterterrorism unit, and an Afghan Army Commando unit jointly conducted this successful mission. The raid occurred during the cover of darkness via helicopter assault, conducted by the Afghan Special Mission Wing (Unit 777), in an effort to disrupt Taliban activities, the alliance said. It also added that two insurgents were killed during the operation, and numerous were wounded and detained. The Afghan Special Operations Forces have stepped up night raids targeting the Taliban insurgents in the restive provinces recently as experts believe the operations have yielded positive results in curbing the insurgency activities of the militants. A helicopter of the Afghan National Army (ANA) forces made a emergency landing in southern Kandahar province of Afghanistan, local officials said Saturday.
Provincial governor’s spokesman Samim Khpolwak said the incident took place late on Friday in Shahwali Kot district. He said the helicopter was providing logistics to the Afghan armed forces when it made emergency landing due to technical problems. Khpolwal further added that security personnel on board the helicopter did not suffer any casualties. The Taliban group claimed that the helicopter was shot down by the group’s fighters and all on board were killed after it crashed.
This comes as an Afghan army helicopter was forced to perform emergency landing in a similar incident in eastern Kunar province of Afghanistan late in the month of March. The emergency landing of the helicopter in Kandahar comes as the Afghan forces are busy in suppressing the insurgency activities of the Taliban group. The defense officials said last week at least 32 militants were killed and 18 others were wounded during a raid by the Afghan forces in this province. A horrific video has emerged online which purportedly shows the execution of a woman by the Taliban militants in northern Jawzjan province.
The woman was reportedly executed in Khanqa village in Aqcha district with the footage showing the woman is forced to kneel in a dessert before she is shot dead.
The execution is carried out by a Taliban insurgent who has covered his face with a scarf and shooting the woman with an Ak-47 rifle from behind. The local officials have not commented regarding the report so far to confirm the exact date and location of the incident.
The brutal killing of the woman refreshes the savagery of the group while they were ruling the country in early 90s.
The group executed a woman in a stadium in capital Kabul in a similar way which sparked international condemnation. The group still continues to try convicts in desert courts in areas where they have influence and publicly execute the convicts after they are awarded death sentence. The latest video is followed amid concerns by the rights organizations that the condition of the women in northern parts of the country is rapidly getting worse amid deteriorating security situation. At least 29 Taliban militants were killed and 30 others were wounded as the Afghan security forces repulsed a major offensive by the Taliban group in eastern Kunar province. According to the local officials, scores of Taliban insurgents launched the attack in the early hours of Saturday to take control of security posts in Ghaziabad district. The provincial governor Wahidullah Kalimzai however said the attack was launched late on Friday night and continued for several hours. He said a member of the Afghan National Army lost his life and three others were wounded in the attack. The Taliban group spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid has claimed that two Taliban militants were killed and five others were wounded during the gun battle with the Afghan forces. The coordinated attack on security posts in Kunar comes as the Taliban group announced its summer offensive earlier last month and vowed to carry out more attacks across the country. The former Afghan Intelligence Chief, Head of the National Directorate of Security, Rahmatullah Nabil met with Balkh acting governor Ata Mohammad Noor on Friday.
The two sides discussed ongoing situation of the country, expressing concerns regarding the latest upheavals and deteriorating situation.
Nabil’s visit to northern Balkh province comes as deputy Chief Executive Mohammad Mohaqiq also visited northern Balkh province to participate in a gathering. Mohaqiq warned to halt cooperation with the government if the 500kV TUTAP power project is implemented through Salang which was originally expected to pass through central provinces including Bamyan. Both Noor and Nabil earlier slammed the government for changing the route of the project insisting that the balance and justice should be considered in implementing development projects.
Nabil resigned from his position earlier in December last year after issuing an unusual statement on his official Facebook page, slamming the leadership of Pakistan for their interference in Afghanistan and the Afghan leadership for their approach towards Pakistan. Nabil was first appointed as Director General of the National Directorate of Security (NDS) in 2010. He was praised for aggressively seeking  to keep the resurgent Taliban at bay, stop the remnants of Al Qaeda from growing fresh roots in Afghanistan, and keep the Islamic State from winning adherents in the Afghan insurgency. The Afghan Air Force (AAF) will receive 12 additional MD-530 helicopters from the United States upgraded with the rocket pods.
According to the AAF officials, the delivery of the helicopters will begin in next month and will be completed over a period of 3 months.
The commander of the Afghan Air Force General Abdul Wahab Wardak said four helicopters will be each months from June to August. How can the seller develop a value story tailored to individualbidders in order to maximize value?
Ernst & Young Global Limited, a UK company limited by guarantee, does not provide services to clients. Investors and critics immediately slammed the deal on Tuesday after many questioned whether Microsoft is paying too much. Ballmer highlighted the following slide to demonstrate how Skype fits into Microsoft’s existing products. Microsoft’s execution is key on products like Kinect, Windows Phone, Outlook, Messenger and Hotmail.
The company is integrating Windows Live Messenger directly into its next mobile operating system and is expected to unveil its plans at a media event on May 24. 11, 2003, and he and a friend, Earl Whiteside, went to rob Dominguez of the money later that evening. Several other witnesses, including Parr's girlfriend at the time, said Parr had told them he killed Dominguez. The defense team focused on trying to save Parr's life by showing jurors he had an abusive childhood and grew up in a "hellacious environment," the lawyer said. He was also linked to, but not charged in, a fatal drive-by shooting, another shooting and an assault. But the Waco Tribune-Herald last week reported that investigators didn't find Parr's claims credible. Two armed militants including one of their group leaders named Abdullah was killed in Takhar as well as tow terrorists were killed, 7 wounded in central area of Sar-e-Pul and an armed militant was killed in Dand-e-Ghori district of Baghlan,” the statement added. The group is allied with al-Qaida and the Afghan Taliban and cooperates with other terrorist organizations in the region. After two years, he was appointed as Deputy National Security Advisor and then he rejoined the NDS as acting General Director in September 2013. What impact will the divestment have on the remaining business?Sellers who can answer these questions make an asset easy to buy and create competitive tension.
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These eyes will close, but they will be opened again," Parr said before telling his family he loved them and thanking his spiritual adviser. They said Parr and Whiteside herded Dominguez and another man, Mario Chavez, to a fenced area next to the store, where Parr pistol-whipped Dominguez and demanded the money, which Dominguez gave him.
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