Baluch


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Ba·luch

 (bə-lo͞och′) also Ba·loch (-lōch′)
n. pl. Baluch also Baloch

[Baluchi Balōč.]
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Adam Baluch, multi instrumentalist and a talented vocalist, performed in McGettigan's DWTC, Fibber Magee's, Loca and now Zero Gravity.
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The Baluch, ethnically closer to the Persians of Iran, live in Char Burjak, Kung, Chakhansoor, and Zaranj districts, and most are farmers.
A prominent Baluch nationalist leader was arrested by paramilitary troops at a check post in Quetta city in southwestern Pakistan on Wednesday with a cache of arms and ammunition, a senior police official said.
Iran says the rebels of Jundollah, who say they are fighting for the rights of the ethnic Baluch people, find shelter across Iran's southeastern border with Pakistan.
Raisani, a wealthy Baluch tribal leader who belongs to the federal government's main ruling Pakistan People's Party (PPP), was being driven from his home to the provincial assembly.
Iran should do more to protect its ethnic minorities such as Arabs, Kurds and Baluch, a United Nations human rights body said on Friday.