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BLF of Dr Nazar loots HBL bank branch in Kuddan Dasht - Baltimore Foreign Policy Armed robbers allegedly belonging to the militant Baloch Liberation Front robbed a branch of the Habib Bank Limited in Kuddan Dasht in Mekran on Thursday at 11 am at gun point. “They looted Rs. 300,000 from the bank,” former Balochistan assembly speaker Mir Akram Dashti told this correspondent. Dashti said provision of small loans to the public has been seriously impacted because of the militant actions. “Higher authorities of banks are seriously considering stopping all banking activities in the far-flung areas of Mekran,” he said.

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Indonesia says it's 'not cricket' for Australia to spy for the US in Asia Indonesian foreign minister Marty Natalegawa says it is "not cricket" for Australia to spy on the region at the behest of the United States, adding he has sought clarification from his Australian counterpart Julie Bishop on an important issue of "trust". Natalegawa spoke to reporters in Perth after discussions with Bishop that he characterised as frank and candid. "If Australia was itself subjected to such an activity do you consider it as being a friendly act or not? We are deeply concerned and it's something we cannot accept," he said. Natalegawa is in Perth for the annual Indian Ocean Rim Association for Regional Co-operation meeting. Friday's "please explain" with Bishop was sparked by media reports that Australia was using its regional diplomatic posts to carry out covert surveillance in Asia.

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