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Great adventure and too Dangerous Journey. Our tour root from Peshawar to Chitral via Mardan, Dir, Lowari Top, We were visiting in Chitral famous please Booni, Garam Chashma and Kalash Valley after that we are going to Gilgit through Booni Mastoj, Shandur Pass and Gizar. After one night stay our traveling continues for Islamabad via Chillas, Besham, Mansehra, abbottabad & finally Islamabad. for more adventure watching Part II & III.
Great adventure and too Dangerous Journey. Our tour root from Peshawar to Chitral via Mardan, Dir, Lowari Top, We were visiting in Chitral famous please Booni, Garam Chashma and Kalash Valley after that we are going to Gilgit through Booni Mastoj, Shandur Pass and Gizar. After one night stay our traveling continues for Islamabad via Chillas, Besham, Mansehra, abbottabad & finally Islamabad. for more adventure watching part III
Great adventure and too Dangerous Journey. Our tour root from Peshawar to Chitral via Mardan, Dir, Lowari Top, We were visiting in Chitral famous please Booni, Garam Chashma and Kalash Valley after that we are going to Gilgit through Booni Mastoj, Shandur Pass and Gizar. After one night stay our traveling continues for Islamabad via Chillas, Besham, Mansehra, abbottabad & finally Islamabad.
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Hazara, May 3: North West Frontier Province is now called `Khyber Pakhtoonkhawa’, meaning the land of the Pashtuns. This however, is not acceptable to minority non-Pashtuns. Regions like Hazara, where non-Pashtuns are in a majority, are up in arms. The simmering anger and resentment has spilled into the streets of Abbotabad and Maneshra. The non-Pashtuns are demanding self-rule. Five districts Abbottabad, Battagram, Haripur, Kohistan and Mansehra in Pakistan –make up the Hazara Division. The people here consider themselves patriotic and loyal to the country. Unfortunately, they bear the brunt of discrimination by the Pakistani government and majority communities. And, the new name of NWFP adds to their woes. People in Hazara are now agitating and are all set to continue till the demand of autonomy for Hazara province is met.
BY LINDSEY WOLF
ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY
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The helicopter used in the mission to kill Al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden has aircraft experts geeking out. The chopper is almost impossible to see or hear- and as MSNBC explains- the state-of-the-art aircraft is even radar-repellent.
“Experts studied these crash images noting the tail rotor’s unusual design as you can see here. It’s said to be a Black Hawk modified to reduce rotor noise and make it more difficult to detect by radar. One source also adding, its windshield night have been specially coated to help evade radar detection as well.”
ABC News shows the noise difference between an original Black Hawk and a stealth version of the chopper and adds- the aircraft used in the Abbottabad raid was even quieter than either of these.
“Neighbors in Abbottabad told ABC News they did not hear the helicopters Sunday night until they were directly overhead.
This is what a standard black hawk helicopter sounds like... [sound of Black Hawk]
This is the sounds of an earlier experimental version of a stealth helicopter... [sound of stealth helicopter]
It would be a vague sound. It might be the sounds of a helicopter that was going in the opposite direction.”
According to The New York Times, one of the two helicopters used in the raid lost its “power lift” during the mission- forcing it to make a hard landing and accidentally clip its tail. Navy SEALs attempted to destroy the aircraft, presumably to hide the top-secret technology, but not everything was destroyed.
HLN explains where the rest of it is now.
“There are photographs where it shows Pakistan’s army taking away the parts of the helicopter that remain - the parts that weren’t burnt out by the fields when they left it destroying the valuable technology. But this is a very high-tech looking aircraft. There are bits of micro caviats still lying in the fields around it, bits of hydraulics. But the large parts that weren’t destroyed are in the Pakistani Military custody as far as we know right now.”
CNN’s Wolf Blitzer asks - should this news worry U.S. officials? A national security expert says yes, especially since Pakistan and China have a history of technology exchange.
“You really do worry about them sharing it with China, who also may reverse engineer and try manufacturing and distributing. You know, you can’t get that technology out of U.S. companies because it’s export controlled. And so, this represents a real vulnerability in the proliferation of this kind of material in a very uncontrolled way for the United States for it could be used against us.”
The stealth helicopter wasn’t the only state-of-the-art technology on board. Venture Beat explains - weapons, surveillance gear and real-time communication were all key to the mission’s success.
“...equally interesting was the ability for the U.S. military to communicate in real time with soldiers on the ground during the attack. It shows how much information can be processed in a short period of time when money isn’t an issue.”
According to The Christian Science Monitor, the military’s last known stealth helicopter program spent $6.9 billion to make two prototype choppers in 2004.
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ANCHOR ALEX HOLLY
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Between Pakistani protests over U.S. drone attacks and the killing of Osama bin Laden near a Pakistani military academy, tension between the two countries is quickly rising. The latest move -- Pakistan has announced it wants to reduce American troop presence to the quote- “minimum essential level.”
Sky News says that would be disastrous.
“This would be catastrophic for the continued war against al Qaeda because, of course, Aymen al Zawahiri out at large somewhere in Pakistan and possibly some of the other potential future leaders of al Qaeda in Pakistan.”
Al Jazeera reports, despite Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s calls for unity-- recent events have been the most devastating strikes to diplomatic relations yet.
“Still, there is the very strong sense that president Asif Ali Zardari’s government has let Washington down on its top national security issue. This, the latest and perhaps most damaging blow to an already fragile relationship.”
And The New York Times reports, the Pakistani military is prepared to intervene in any further U.S.-led raids within its borders.
“Calling the American raid a ‘misadventure,’ General Kayani told the Pakistani reporters that another, similar, raid would be responded to swiftly...”
But the Financial Times reports- the raid and the drone attacks have been successful and Washington wants to keep up that momentum. A U.S. diplomat tells the newspaper...
“...a likely outcome of the raid on Abbottabad, the al-Qaeda leader’s hiding place, was that the US was likely to shift to using the ‘stick’ rather than carrots in its relationship with the Pakistan military, as it seeks results in fighting militancy.”
The latest drone attack by American forces reportedly killed 15 militants along Pakistan’s border.
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Pakistan, May 23: Pakistan claims that it is actively involved ion the war against terror. But, these hollow claims were exposed when U.S. Special Forces killed Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad in Pakistan. It is difficult to believe Pakistan’s spy agencies or the army where not aware that bin laden was living in the garrison city. It is more likely that they played hosts to the dreaded terrorist. Laden is no more, but Pakistan still remains a sanctuary for militants. Kanwar Pal Singh Gill, who tackled Pakistan-sponsored militancy in Indian Punjab in the 1980s and the early 1990s, believes that Pakistan has a history of providing protection to militants.
BY MAURICE SCARBOROUGH
ANCHOR JIM FLINK
Mystery surrounds Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Omar, after reports he was killed while leaving the Pakistani city of Quetta. Now government and media agencies all over the world are trying to confirm the news of his death.
“Off the record, the Afghan Intelligence officials, The NDS - National Directors of Security, have said that he’s dead. They are not able to confirm who has killed him, or where exactly he was killed, but they are saying at this point in time, that they will hold a press conference to substantiate those claims. We’ll have to wait and see if that actually happens.”
According to the New York Post - Afghan defense sources said Omar was killed by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelliegence Agency, while another source said Mullah Omar has been out of the public eye for 11 days, but may still be alive.
Amidst the confusion, Pakistan’s Interior Minister said he had no information on Omar’s killing.
“There has been no report available to us about any operation that has happened in Pakistan. If Mullah Omar has been killed in Afghanistan, it is up to the Afghan authorities to confirm or deny...”
Since rumors of his death have surfaced, the Taliban has issued a statement denying reports. One spokesman said Omar was alive and well, and was directing the groups military forces through Afghanistan.
News X also got the opportunity to speak with former ISI chief Hamid Gul who says news of Omar’s death is just the latest lie fabricated by the U.S. Government.
“This is even a bigger lie than the purported killing of Osama in Abbottabad. They have to end the war, for heavens sake try and understand Americans are cheats, they carry out deception maneuvers and this is what they are doing.”
And while no one has been able to confirm or deny his death, a writer for the BBC says it may actually be in the U.S.’s best interest if the rumors were false.
“The US is now involved in secret peace talks with the Taliban and … both the CIA and the ISI are anxious to keep Mullah Omar alive. Mullah Omar’s blessing would be needed at the conclusion of any peace deal so that more hardline Taliban commanders would be forced to accept the terms of any agreement and not go off to join al-Qaeda or other rejectionists.”