ISLAMABAD: As grieving Pakistani parents lament the government's failure to keep their children safe, analysts say the Taliban have sent a message with their latest campus massacre –- a national crackdown on extremism has failed and they can hit targets at will.
The horrific day is gone, but the haunting memories still carry over. It was December 16, 2014 when barbaric armed assailants broke into Army Public School (APS), Peshawar, slaughtered over 145 innocents among 132 students before meeting their deadly fate.
PESHAWAR: Mubashir Subhan was in the school auditorium, surrounded by friends, when the Taliban gunmen came crashing in. The first bullet grazed the back of his head, the second passed through his shoulder, and the third struck his left hand.
ISLAMABAD: A key suspect in the 2013 massacre of foreign climbers at Nanga Parbat base camp in Pakistan is on the run after he hurled grenades at officers who were pursuing him, injuring 10 of them, officials said Tuesday.
PESHAWAR: The survivors of Pakistan's deadliest ever terror massacre have expressed solidarity with the victims of the Paris attacks, describing those responsible as "animals" who had "nothing to do with Islam".
COLUMBIA, S.C.: South Carolina on Friday removed the Confederate battle flag from the state capitol grounds in a joyous but solemn ceremony that relegated a divisive symbol of the South’s pro-slavery legacy to a museum.
LAHORE: Political and religious parties on Sunday held demonstrations protesting against Muslims massacre in Burma at the hands of Buddhist fanatics, ARY News reported.
LAHORE: The emir of Jamat ud Dawa (JuD) Hafiz Saeed Friday demanded the prime minister to call a meeting of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) over the atrocities being carried out on Muslims of Burma, ARY News reported.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani cricketer-cum-politician Imran Khan on Wednesday called the United Nations (UN) for taking notice of the gruesome situation of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, ARY News reported.
KARACHI: Intelligence agencies (IAs) following the Karachi bus attack nabbed two persons from a house located closed to the site of incident on suspicion of their possible link with the brutal attack, ARY News reported.