Sunday, June 12, 2011

Taliban bombing left 34 deaths in supermarket

At least 34 people were killed and 80 were wounded when two bombs in a crowded supermarket in the Pakistani city of Peshawar (North West), police said. The explosions occurred in the Khyber supermarket, surrounded by student apartments, shops, a juice outlet and a hotel. Over four thousand 400 people have died across Pakistan in attacks blamed on the Taliban and other Islamic extremists, to feud in the tribal regions of northwest China, from which the security forces stormed Islamabad in 2007 in a mosque frequented by radicals.

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