Investigators find more clues to identity of PAF base attackers

PESHAWAR: Investigators on Sunday found more clues to the identity of attackers PAF base camp in Badaber, Peshawar that left 29 people including 23 Air Force officials dead.

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The record of national identity card numbers, pictures and thumb impressions of the attackers have been sent to other agencies and political administration.

According to sources, five of the attackers were Pakistani. Three of them hailed from Khyber Agency while two belonged to Swat.

Read more: 42 dead in attack at PAF base in Peshawar — includes 13 attackers

They were identified as Adnan, Siraj, Ibrahim, Rab Nawaz and Muhammad Ishaq. All of these five attackers were aged between 19 and 27.


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Taliban militants dressed in official uniforms attacked the air force base near Peshawar on Friday, killing at least 29 people, most of them soldiers, the group’s deadliest assault in months following a major military offensive against them.

All 14 attackers were also killed, the military said.

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