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BLABasic Linear Algebra
BLABlocking Acknowledgement
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BLABalochistan Liberation Army
BLABoard of Landscape Architects (various locations)
BLABridged Line Appearance (telephony)
BLABoundary Line Adjustment (city planning)
BLABoston Latin Academy
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BLABoating Law Administrator
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BLABetter Left Alone
BLABarcelona, Venezuela - Gral Jose Antonio Anzoategui (Airport Code)
BLABlocks Lactic Acid
BLABath Leadership Academy (UK)
BLABlack Lung Association
BLABritish Liberation Army (World War II unit)
BLABlack Lawyer Association
BLABiologics License Agreement (US FDA)
BLABuffalo Lacrosse Academy (New York)
BLABaseline Agreement
BLABattle for Lion's Arch (gaming)
BLABest Linear Approximation
BLABase Level Assessment
BLABureau of Legislative Affairs
BLABruno Legrand Architecture (France)
BLABank Loan Agreement
BLABody Loading Assembly (weapons)
BLABidirectional Line Amplifier
BLABlood Loss Anemia
BLABracket & Linkage Assembly
BLABill Low and Associates (Abbotsford, BC, Canada)
BLABasilian Lay Associate (Toronto, ON, Canada)
BLABasic Loan Agreement
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The US State Department said in a statement, 'The Department of State has designated the Balochistan Liberation Army and Hizbullah operative Husain Ali Hazzima as Specially Designated Global Terrorists (SDGTs) under Executive Order (EO) 13224.'
According to reports, the Balochistan Liberation Army has claimed responsibility for the attack.
The responsibility for the attack was claimed by the outlawed Balochistan Liberation Army.
Aslam Achoo was' a senior commander of the banned outfit Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA).
Balochistan Liberation Army separatist group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
The outlawed Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) claimed responsibility on Twitter and released a photograph of the alleged attacker.
Also on the same day, Balochistan Liberation Army attacked Muhammad Ali Jinnah's residence in Ziarat, leaving it in ruins.
No group has so far claimed responsibility for the latest attack, but such incidents are often blamed on the Balochistan Liberation Army, a local separatist movement.
"The Balochistan Liberation Army is being run by Haribyar.
Just ahead of the prime minister's visit, the US declared Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) a global terrorist organisation.
Asked if the designation of Balochistan Liberation Army (BLA) as Specially Designated Global Terrorist by the US administration was a goodwill gesture ahead of PM Khan's visit to Washington, the spokesman said, "It was an acknowledgment of Pakistan's stance".
Those arrested earlier had informed about Rashid Brohi, who is allegedly a member of the proscribed Balochistan Liberation Army. Sources said that Brohi had taken Rs0.1 million for the attack.