Baluchi


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an Iranian language spoken in Pakistan and Iran and Afghanistan and Russia and the Persian gulf

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Besides this study of three languages Baluchi, Brahui and Pushto are being made compulsory from this year through proper legislation.
Militant Baluchi groups, mixing separatist rhetoric with Al-Qaeda practices including beheadings, have carried out a low-level insurgency for some time.
Rohrabacher and Gohmert will address the recommendation in the bill stating that the Baluchi people "have the right to self-determination and to their own sovereign country; and they should be afforded the opportunity to choose their own status.
The following fixed effects model was employed for analysis of litter size in Baluchi ewes and least squares mean was used for multiple comparisons in litter size among different genotypes.
Breaking bread will probably never be the same again, not at the Baluchi in any case.
Muhammad Amjad Khan, who is the father of her three children, she married Ammar Baluchi, the nephew of the suspected 9/11 mastermind, Khalid Shaikh Mohammad.
I posted the historical context of how the Pashtun and Baluchi peoples were carved up by borders created by the bygone imperialist aspirations of the British Raj and the Russians.
The Baluchi people on the Iranian side of the rugged Pakistan/Iran border have long resented the religious Shi'ite leadership in Tehran.
Summary: As the Pakistani government hastily presented a Baluchistan package in parliament in its last ditch effort to appease the estranged people of the insurgency-hit province, a group of Baluchi officials
Local reports said an ethnic Baluchi Sunni rebel group called Jundollah had claimed responsibility for staging the attack, the worst on the elite Revolutionary Guards in recent years.
The coordinated strike, one of the largest against the Guards in the region, appeared to mark an escalation in hostilities between Iran's leadership and the Baluchi ethnic minority.
Whilst the mission was underway, Australian Engineers took the chance to improve the Baluchi Crossing, which is the crossing point for the Dorafshan Rud (River) at the entrance to the Baluchi Valley, where a number of the Australian Patrol Bases are situated.
It is commemorated in Baluchi folklore and memorials.
Facing an already incendiary situation fueled by Baluchi resentments and desire for regional autonomy, the army provoked mass riots when they assassinated a prominent tribal elder and Baluchi "nationalist" who had succeeded in keeping the general peace.