MP3: Questions over brutal attack in the Pakistan Himalayas

24.06.2013

To download Questions over brutal attack in the Pakistan Himalayas mp3 for free: Right Click -> Save Link As.../Save Target As...


Questions over brutal attack in the Pakistan Himalayas MP3

Over the weekend, 15 gunmen stormed a base camp and killed a Pakistani guide and nine foreign tourists who were climbing one of the world's highest mountains, in the Pakistani Himalayas. The Pakistan Taliban have claimed responsibility for the killings, but a Pakistan analyst says that group doesn't operate in the area and says a rogue elements involved in the region's sectarian conflict may actually be to blame. Source: abc.net.au

More songs from abc.net.au

  • Fears parents will be charged internet access fees in government schools

    Fears parents will be charged internet access fees in government schools MP3

    In Victoria, the Baillieu Government has hit back at claims pressure on the education budget will result in parents paying school internet access fees next year. The service is slowly grinding to a halt because of the surge in demand.

    14.01.2013

    Play

    abc.net.au radio podcast abc.net.au

    14.01.2013

  • Star Casino scandal drags in Gaming Minister

    Star Casino scandal drags in Gaming Minister MP3

    An inquiry into circumstances surrounding the sacking of the head of Sydney's Star Casino, Sid Vaikunta, has been told about a plot to involve the State's Gaming Minister in a sexual harassment investigation at the casino. Peter Grimshaw has now been suspended as the communications director for the NSW Premier but in his evidence today he says he and his partner talked about getting the Minister to lobby for the sack...

    02.04.2012

    Play

    abc.net.au radio podcast abc.net.au

    02.04.2012

  • Rio Tinto surprised by minister's intervention

    Rio Tinto surprised by minister's intervention MP3

    Rio Tinto has responded to the Federal Government's decision to throw out the conditional approval of the company's mining expansion by saying it's surprised and disappointed. Rio Tinto claims no extra ships will move through the Great Barrier Reef as a result of its expansion plan - the key reason for the Minister's intervention in the approval process.

    15.03.2012

    Play

    abc.net.au radio podcast abc.net.au

    15.03.2012

  • Carbon tax blamed for Munmorah power plant shutdown

    Carbon tax blamed for Munmorah power plant shutdown MP3

    The NSW owned electricity generation company Delta Electricity says the shutdown of its Munmorah power station is partly due to the carbon tax. Climate Change Minister Greg Combet says linking the tax to the closure is 'ridiculous', as the station has been on standby for the last two years.

    03.07.2012

    Play

    abc.net.au radio podcast abc.net.au

    03.07.2012

  • Illegal mining threatens China's Great Wall

    Illegal mining threatens China's Great Wall MP3

    Hebei Province is rich in minerals and over the years mining operators have had to move deeper into the mountains. Now they're starting to threaten the Great Wall of China. The ABC has been told of a valley full of illegal mines but it's difficult to estimate how much of the wall has been damaged because of the mines' covert nature.

    03.11.2011

    Play

    abc.net.au radio podcast abc.net.au

    03.11.2011

For a better experience please download Adobe Flash Player from http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer

Close

You can skip this ad in 6 seconds