Four al-Qaeda terrorists killed in Pak - Deccan Herald

Deccan HeraldFour al-Qaeda terrorists killed in PakDeccan HeraldThe terrorists were shot dead after they opened fire on a raiding police party near the northern bypass area on the outskirts of the city. Representational Image. Four suspected al-Qaeda terrorists were killed today in a shootout with security forces ...and more »

Four suspected AQIS members killed in Karachi - Daily Times

Daily TimesFour suspected AQIS members killed in KarachiDaily TimesLAHORE: Karachi police shot dead four terrorists who were suspected of being members of Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) during a raid in a house in Northern Bypass on Saturday. According to Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Rao Anwar, ...and more »

Four 'terrorists' killed in Karachi encounter - The Nation

The NationFour 'terrorists' killed in Karachi encounterThe NationPolice gunned down four alleged terrorists affiliated with banned Al-Qaeda in the sub-continent outfit on Northern bypass. SSP Malir Rao Anwar said that the terrorists were killed in an encounter with a police party. He said that police conducted a ...and more »

Four al Qaeda terrorists killed in encounter with Karachi police - The Express Tribune

The Express TribuneFour al Qaeda terrorists killed in encounter with Karachi policeThe Express Tribune"Upon information, the police conducted raid during which the armed terrorists opened fire on police officers," SSP Anwar said. PHOTO: AFP/FIle. Four alleged terrorists were killed in a clash with police on Saturday near the Northern Bypass area of ...and more »

Four suspected terrorists killed in Karachi encounter - Geo News, Pakistan

Geo News, PakistanFour suspected terrorists killed in Karachi encounterGeo News, PakistanKARACHI: SSP Malir Rao Anwar claims to have killed four members of the banned terrorist organisation Al-Qaeda on Saturday, Geo News learnt. Acting upon a tip about the presence of 'terrorists' near the Northern Bypass, a police party laid siege around ...and more »