On December 16, 2014 six militants from the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) carried out an attack on the Peshawar school, killing 132 children and nine members of the staff. Over 100 children and staff are also said to be injured, many suffering gunshot wounds. The Taliban said that the attack had been a response to Pakistani army operations in North Waziristan and the Khyber area.
On Tuesday, Pakistani Taliban militants attacked an army-run public school in the city of Peshawar, northwestern Pakistan, killing more than 140 people, most of them children. UK prime minister referred to the news from Pakistan as "deeply shocking."
Following the massacre that took place in Peshawar, Pakistan, the leaders of the country met in a conference condemning the attack by the Taliban.
In Delhi, police armed with automatic weapons have been deployed at schools and administrations have been instructed on how to protect children in case of an attack. Some schools have held security drills to create awareness among the students.
Following the end of the death penalty ban, those accused of terrorism in Pakistan could face death sentences. Pakistani prime minister's decision follows the recent killing of more than 140 people, including 132 children, in a school in the city of Peshawar.
A day after deadly terror attack in Peshawar school, two more bomb blasts were reported in Khyber Province near girls college.
Following an appeal by India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the country mourns the victims of a deadly terrorist attack on a school in Peshawar, Pakistan, which left over 140 people dead, including children.
Experts claim that Taliban attacks in Pakistan are a backlash against the involvement of the Pakistani government and army in the US operations in the Middle East.
In the aftermath of the brutal attack on a school in Peshawar, Pakistan which has left over 130 innocent children dead, commentators are asking questions about who these militants are, what they want and how they could justify such gruesome actions.
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon condemned the recent attack at a Pakistani school by Taliban gunmen.
White House said in a press release that United States denounced the deadly attack on an army school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar that killed over 130 people.
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights urged people to unite in the face of extremism after the attack on a school in Peshawar, Pakistan.
Over 100 students have been killed in a Taliban attack on a school in Pakistan on Tuesday. Officials say four Taliban gunmen have been killed, and at least two more militants are being searched for.
The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee expressed deep anguish and strongly condemned the killing of innocent school children and teachers by terrorists in the Army Public School, Peshawar, according to the president's press service.
In the wake of a Taliban attack on a Pakistani school which left at least 126 people dead and up to 122 wounded, security expert Uday Bhaskar tells Sputnik that it is the Pakistani system of allowing militant groups to hide behind their religions in their attacks that culminates in such bloody assaults.
At least 126 people have been killed, at least 100 of them students, and 122 have been wounded in a Taliban attack on a Pakistani school where 500 students and teachers have been taken hostage in the city of Peshawar in northwestern Pakistan.