Terror Struck in Peshawar on December 16

(Radio free Europe)

Terror struck in Peshawar on December 16, 2014, when militants stormed an Army-run school popular with military families based in the northwestern Pakistani city. The outcome of the attack — 147 dead, most of them schoolchildren — showed the world how far the Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan would go to beat back an ongoing government offensive. Residents of the regional capital, however, were already well aware that they lived on the front lines of a bloody war.



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