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At Least 20 Dead After Taliban Splinter Group Attacks Pakistani University
Twenty people were killed at a university in Pakistan today after a Taliban splinter group broke onto the grounds and opened fire. In addition to the 20 fatalities, provincial Gov. Sardar Mehtab Ahmed Khan said that at least 50 other people had been injured in the attack at Bacha Khan University.
Malala Reacts to Taliban Attack on School in Pakistan
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Scores of Children Among 141 Dead at Pakistan School
An indiscriminate attack by a Pakistani Taliban group that killed 141 children and adults at a military-run school in northwestern Pakistan is drawing worldwide condemnation -- even from Afghanistan's Taliban. Seven people wearing explosive vests killed 132 children and nine staff members when they
Malala Yousafzai a Polarizing Figure in Her Homeland
Many in Pakistan Still View the Young Activist with Suspicion and Resentment
What You Need to Know About the Violence Erupting Now in Pakistan
A Slow-Motion Revolution Finally Boiled Over With Violence Over the Weekend
The Social Climber: Memorial Day; Lisa Niemi Remarries
quicklist: 1 title:Happy Memorial Day! text:Get the grills ready. Today marks the unofficial start of summer and millions of Americans will celebrate with cookouts, parades and beach trips. Memorial Day, every last Monday of May, honors the men and women who died in the country's armed forces.
Top US Spy: Intel Cooperation With Pakistan 'On the Upswing'
The strained spy relationship between Pakistan and the U.S. is “of late… on the upswing,” according to America’s top intelligence official. “I have to be careful what I say here,” Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told students at the University of Georgia today. “First...
The Note's Must-Reads for Friday, February 7, 2014
The Note’s Must-Reads are a round-up of today’s political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News’ Jayce Henderson and Janine Elliot FOREIGN AFFAIRS / OLYMPICS ABC News’ Mary Bruce: “Obama...
Teen Dies Saving Classmates From Suicide Bomber
He was an average student from Hangu, a remote town in North Western Pakistan, but he has become a national hero. Aitzaz Hasan, 14, stopped a suicide bomber from entering his school Monday and sacrificed his life to protect his fellow students. "I saw Aitzaz trying to get hold of a guy and then