Day Two?: Panic Grips Karachi After Firing Dubbed An ‘attack’ – The Express Tribune

Best backdrop to panic attack?

After the GHQ attack in October 2009 , the army detained Brigadier Ali Khan, an officer who had been serving at the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi, for his alleged ties to an extremist organisation. Similarly, in June 2011, defence officials informed a parliamentary committee that insiders were involved in PNS Base Mehran attack in Karachi. Three Pakistan navy officers were court-martialled and sentenced in the case, while three low-ranked PAF officials were formally arrested in connection with the August 16, 2012 attack on Minhas Airbase at Kamra. Keeping this in mind, the ASF and other agencies have started tracking staffers cell phones and movement. While the inquiry into the incident is in progress, intelligence agencies are keeping a close watch to sniff out the bad eggs, confirmed an ASF senior intelligence official. It is not necessary that the militants attacked the airport with internal support but we cannot rule it out just yet. On the other hand, police officials also believe that the militants carried out the attack with internal involvement. They knew the airport very well.
For the original version, visit http://tribune.com.pk/story/720204/day-two-panic-grips-karachi-after-firing-dubbed-an-attack/

The OTHER problem with her is that she is SO SWEET that being mad at her also involves guilt at feeling that way. So I don’t know what to do. Well, i know that going is probably advisable. But…… Ugh?!? (Classic groupthink, this is a mental health post so leave me the fuck alone) S (The above picture is a spray painted lace piece i sewed to that pole almost a year ago which is still here for Midsommerfest!) I also have to leave the cats along only a few days after Madison’s chemo and as I’ve been trying to get them on a better routine with wet food.
For the original version, visit http://groupthink.jezebel.com/best-backdrop-to-panic-attack-1587749180

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