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By News Desk
Students in Pakistan returned to school today for the first time since Taliban militants stormed into classrooms and killed 134 children at Army Public School in Peshawar last month.
By Ariel Min
A day after the Taliban in Pakistan brutally attacked a school, protesters raised their voices Wednesday against the extremist violence and held candlelight vigils to show their solidarity.
By Larisa Epatko
Taliban militants entered an army-run school in Peshawar, northwestern Pakistan, on Tuesday morning and shot dozens of students as they tried to flee to safety.
The Pakistani government declared a national holiday to honor the Prophet Muhammad and encourage peaceful protest. But violence quickly escalated, the brunt fueled by anti-American sentiment over continued U.S. drone strikes and an anti-Islam film that defamed the Muslim prophet.
Osama bin Laden hid for nine years in Pakistan after the Sept. 11 attacks -- from Peshawar to Haripur, where at least two of his children were born in government hospitals, according to new details uncovered in Pakistani interrogations of…
A spate of bombings by the Taliban rocked northwest Pakistan, including a deadly assault on the U.S. consulate in Peshawar. Gwen Ifill talks to a reporter about the outbreak of violence and views of American involvement in the region.
Three U.S. soldiers were killed in Pakistan on Wednesday when a bomb hit the convoy they were riding in. The deaths raised new questions about U.S. involvement in the country.
In other news, White House officials insisted President Obama has not decided how many more troops to send to Afghanistan, and a suicide car bombing in Pakistan killed at least 24 people.
President Obama called in his national security team to the White House on Friday to review U.S. strategy in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, in Pakistan, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ended a trip designed to smooth ties between Washington and Islamabad.
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