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Gunmen attack Pakistan military HQ: police  

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Gunmen attack Pakistan military HQ: police


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Security forces surround a white van used by gunmen during an attack on the Pakistan army headquarters in Rawalpindi, in the outskirts of Islamabad on October 10, 2009.



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A Pakistani army official (background) examines a white van which was used by attackers following a heavily armed militant attack in Rawalpindi on October 10, 2009.



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A military helicopter flies overhead as security forces surround a white van used by gunmen during an attack on the Pakistan army headquarters in Rawalpindi, on the outskirts of Islamabad October 10, 2009.









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Soldiers take their positions outside the main gate of the Pakistan army headquarters after an attack by armed men in Rawalpindi, on the outskirts of Islamabad, October 10, 2009.

ISLAMABAD (AFP) – Unidentified gunmen were exchanging fire with security forces at the gate of Pakistan's army headquarters in Rawalpindi near Islamabad on Saturday, police said.

"Gunmen sitting in a van were stopped by security forces at a checkpoint but they started firing, and it is still going on," Absar Ali, a police official, told AFP by telephone.

"We can hear firing. The security forces have surrounded the area."

Local police officer Amjad Ali added: "A car was signalled to stop outside army headquarters. The occupants opened fire and threw grenades at security guards who retaliated. The fighting still continues outside the HQ. Commandos encircled the entire zone and gunship helicopters are flying over."

ISLAMABAD – Pakistani officials say a fierce gunbattle outside army headquarters near Islamabad has ended with the killing of all four attackers.

The assault Saturday morning in Rawalpindi lasted nearly 45 minutes, according to an intelligence official and a senior government official. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media.

The officials said troops killed all four gunmen who had tried to break in to the army compound and several soldiers were killed and wounded in the assault.

The audacious attack was the third major assault in a week and showed Islamist militants' ability to strike at the very heart of Pakistan's security apparatus despite recent military operations against them.

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ISLAMABAD (AP) — A team of gunmen brandishing assault rifles and grenades tried to break into Pakistan's army headquarters on Saturday, sparking a raging gunbattle with troops outside the capital of Islamabad, police said.

The audacious assault was the third major militant attack in Pakistan a week and came as the government said it was planning an imminent offensive against Islamist militants in their strongholds in the rugged mountains along the border with Afghanistan.

It showed that the militants retain the ability to strike at the very heart of Pakistan's security apparatus despite recent military operations against their forces and the killing of Taliban leader Baitullah Mehsud in a CIA drone attack in August.

The gunmen drove in a white van up to the army compound in the garrison city of Rawalpindi shortly before noon and tried to force their way inside before being stopped by soldiers, said Mohammed Jamil, a police official.

The heavily armed attackers jumped out of van, took up positions throughout the area and began firing at the troops, he said.

One gunman hurled a grenade, and others fired sporadically from their hiding places at those manning the checkpoint at the compound's entrance, said a senior military official inside. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media.

He said top army officials were trapped inside the compound.

Police and troops backed by helicopter gunships cordoned off the area, surrounding the estimated six attackers to prevent them from escaping, police said.

The gunbattle was the latest in a string of attacks on Pakistani cities, following a car bombing that killed 49 on Friday in the northwestern city of Peshawar and the bombing of a U.N. aid agency Monday that killed five in Islamabad.

Rawalpindi is filled with security checkpoints and police roadblocks, and it was not immediately clear how a vehicle filled with gunman managed to evade detection. Army spokesmen did not answer calls for comment.

Gunmen hold hostages inside Pakistan army HQ
October 10, 2009

Militants are holding several security officers hostage inside an intelligence wing of Pakistan’s army headquarters today after they and others attacked the complex earlier in the day, killing at least six soldiers.

The militants, armed with assault rifles and grenades and wearing military uniforms, stormed the heavily guarded compound in the city of Rawalpindi.

They arrived in full camouflage kit in a white van and opened fire on checkpoint guards.

The attack led to intense gun battles with troops, in which at least one grenade was thrown.

Pakistan authorities have confirmed at least six soldiers were killed and five more injured, one critically.

Four of the gunmen were also killed after the 45-minute gun fight, but it is believed two have managed to escape.

The attack, which happened shortly before midday local time, is the third large-scale militant attack in the country in the last week.

Eye witness Khan Bahadur, a shuttle van driver, said: “There was fierce firing, and then there was a blast.

"Soldiers were running here and there. The firing continued for about a half hour. There was smoke everywhere. Then there was a break, and then firing again.”

The Pakistan government has said it is planning an imminent offensive to flush out militants from mountain strongholds at the Afghanistan border.

Interior minister Rehman Malik told the Dawn television station: “We have been left no other option except to go ahead to face them.”

Pakistani media said the Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.

On Friday, 49 people were killed in a car bomb attack in the northwestern city of Peshawar and on Monday another bomb at a UN aid agency killed five in Islamabad.

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RAWALPINDI, Pakistan – Heavily armed militants were holding up to 15 soldiers hostage inside Pakistan's army headquarters Saturday after they stormed the complex in an audacious assault on the nuclear-armed country's most powerful institution.

The attack, which left 10 people dead including two ranking officers, was the third major militant strike in Pakistan in a week. It came as the army was planning an imminent offensive against the insurgents in their strongholds in the rugged mountains along the border with Afghanistan.

It showed that the militants retain the ability to stage complex attacks on the heart of Pakistan's security apparatus despite recent military operations against their forces and the killing of Pakistani Taliban leader Baitullah Mehsud in a CIA drone attack in August.

Army spokesman Maj. Gen. Athar Abbas said "four or five" assailants were holding between 10 and 15 troops hostage in a building close to the main gates of the complex in Rawalpindi, a city near the capital, Islamabad. He said the building had no connection to any of the country's intelligence agencies. No senior military or intelligence officials were among those being held, he said.

He said special forces had surrounded the building. "They will decide how and when to act," he said.

The attack began shortly before noon when the gunmen, dressed in camouflage military uniforms and wielding assault rifles and grenades, drove in a white van up to the army compound and opened fire, Abbas and a witness said.

"There was fierce firing, and then there was a blast," said Khan Bahadur, a shuttle van driver who was standing outside the gate of the compound. "Soldiers were running here and there," he said. "The firing continued for about a half-hour. There was smoke everywhere. Then there was a break, and then firing again."

After a 45-minute gunfight, four of the attackers were killed, said Abbas.

He initially told Geo news television channel the assault was over and the situation "under full control."

But more than an hour later, gunshots rang out from the headquarters compound, and Abbas then confirmed that other gunmen had eluded security forces and slipped into the compound. The city is filled with security checkpoints and police roadblocks.

"We are trying to finish it (the siege) at the earliest, clear the area of terrorists and restore complete control," Abbas said.

Abbas said six soldiers were killed, included a brigadier and a lieutenant colonel, and five wounded, one critically.

Pakistani media said the Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, and Interior Minister Rehman Malik said the ongoing assaults strengthened the government's resolve to launch the offensive.

"We have been left no other option except to go ahead to face them," he told Dawn television.

Militants regularly attack army bases across the country and bombed a checkpoint the outside army compound in Rawalpindi two years ago — one of several major bombings to hit the garrison city in recent years. But rarely have the Taliban mounted an armed assault here involving multiple fighters.

The gunbattle following a car bombing that killed 49 on Friday in the northwestern city of Peshawar and the bombing of a U.N. aid agency Monday that killed five in Islamabad. The man who attacked the U.N. was also wearing a security forces' uniform and was granted entry to the compound after asking to use the bathroom.

The attack appeared to be a message to the army that the militants intend to ramp up their strikes across the country in response to the government's planned offensive against Taliban strongholds in the border region of South Waziristan.

Pakistan vowed Friday to launch the new offensive in the wake of the massive Peshawar bombing.

The United States has been pushing Pakistan to take strong action against insurgents using its soil as a base for attacks in Afghanistan. The assault could be risky for the army, which was beaten back on three previous offensives into the Taliban heartland.

But the army may have been emboldened by its successes against the militants in the Swat Valley and by the killing of Baitullah Mehsud.

Islamist militants have been carrying out nearly weekly attacks in Pakistan, but the sheer scale of Friday's bombing in Peshawar — which killed nine children — pushed the government to declare it would take the fight to the lawless tribal belt along the border where al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden may be hiding.

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Associated Press writer Munir Ahmad contributed to this report from Islamabad.


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