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Arslan Siyal

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human rights and social media activist, blogger and student of politics. Reporting online activities for Indus Tribune. My twitter handle @ArslanSiyal

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1 November 2013

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Proposed Law in Pakistan Would Pave Way for Human Rights Violations

A proposed law in Pakistan meant to give more teeth to anti-terrorism legislation would allow law enforcement to perform searches without a warrant and take away right to bail.

30 October 2013

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A 700-Kilometer March for Missing People in Pakistan's Balochistan

Thousands of Baloch have disappeared in the last decade in war-torn Balochistan.

16 October 2013

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1300 Days of Protest for Missing Balochs in Pakistan

In Balochistan, where decades of separatist fighting have left thousands dead and many more missing, activist Abdul Qadeer Baloch has kept vigil in a camp for the victims.

26 September 2013

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Magnitude 7.7 Earthquake Kills Hundreds in Southeastern Pakistan

More than 327 people have been killed following a powerful earthquake that struck Balochistan Province on Tuesday.

24 September 2013

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Humanity Defeated Again in Pakistan, Over 80 Christians Killed

A pair of suicide bombers blew themselves up in a 130-year-old church in Peshawar after a Sunday Mass killing more than 80 people and injuring many.

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