Mir Ali, Pakistan has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'NIGHTABOUT.COM' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Mir Ali, Pakistan had the highest popularity figure in October, 2015.
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[...] to the statement, HPG guerrillas conducted a retaliatory action against a military convoy near Mir Ali village located on the road between Amed and its Farqin (Silvan) district at 07:50 on October 22. [...]
[...] the shelter camps for a while longer. The army-led convoy stopped just half a kilometer from Mir Ali bazaar, once one of the busiest centers of North Waziristan, with 2,000 shops. The second-largest [...]
[...] Phase II will start from March 31st from the repatriation of 18,000 families of Tehsil Mir Ali of North Waziristan. Each returning family will be paid Rs 25,000 cash assistance and Rs 10,000 as [...]
[...] clear major North Waziristan towns, including its administrative headquarters Miranshah and Mir Ali town immediately. The fleeing militants however, found new strongholds in adjoining tribal [...]
[...] Pakistan (TTP) and other terror outfits. The military said the major towns of Miranshah and Mir Ali had now been cleared of insurgents, along with a strategically important 90-kilometre (55-mile) [...]
[...] bombing before the offensive officially began on Sunday. A 42 year old school teacher who fled Mir Ali riding on the bonnet of a truck, said, “They start the day with artillery shelling early in the [...]
[...] crackdown on insurgents. Fresh air strikes today targeted three Taliban militant strongholds in Mir Ali town in North Waziristan and killed 13 alleged militants, three security sources said, raising [...]