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The Men Who Shot 132 Children at Their School in Pakistan.

Tributes to Pakistan children

am Residents of Qatar pay tributes to 148 schoolchildren and staff who were killed by Pakistan Taliban in Peshawar, yesterday. They described the attack as an act of cowardice and prayed for the deceased and their families, at Pakistan ... Qatar Peninsula, 9 minutes ago
Photos of school attack site in Pakistan's Peshawar Xinhua News Agency, 1 hour ago

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Schools mourn Pakistan deaths

NEW DELHI: Schools in Delhi observed two minutes of silence on Wednesday to pay homage to the children killed in the Peshawar terror attack. Students of the Air Force School in Delhi Cantonment took part in a special prayer meeting after observing ...
 Times of India1 hour ago Indian schools observe 2-minute silence to mourn school children massacred in Pakistan hours ago XINHUA - Indian schools observe 2-minute silence to mourn school children massacred in Pakistan  Namibia Press Agency20 hours ago
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Kane Williamson powers New Zealand to series-leveling win against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi

Kane Williamson hit a brilliant 123 as New Zealand staved off Pakistan's spirited challenge. (Source: Reuters) Kane Williamson hit a brilliant 123 as New Zealand staved off Pakistan's spirited challenge to eke out a series-levelling seven-run ...
 Indian Express1 hour ago Black Caps level series with Pakistan  ABC Online5 hours ago Cricket-Williamson ton helps New Zealand level series with Pakistan  Yahoo! Malaysia5 hours ago New Zealand level series with Pakistan  DAWN Group6 hours ago

More: Pakistan in mourning after Taliban school massacre

Pakistan is in a period of mourning after the brutal massacre of 132 children at a school in Peshawar by Taliban militants. Pakistan's Prime Minister has said he will crush the organisation and restore capital punishment for those who kill, in its ...
 ITV.com2 hours ago Mourning Across Pakistan Following the Peshawar Massacre  RIA Novosti6 hours ago Taliban attack on Peshawar army school revenge for Malala Yousafzai’s Nobel Prize?  Asian Age15 hours ago Pakistan Begins 3-Day Mourning, Mass Funerals For Its Children  NDTV16 hours ago

Pakistan kabaddi players wear black badges to decry Peshawar massacre

AMRITSAR: In a striking contrast to the generally electrifying atmosphere at charged up kabaddi contests, sombre scenes were witnessed on Wednesday as Pakistan players wore black ribbons on their arms to show solidarity towards parents of children, ...
 Times of India2 hours ago

XINHUA - Xi expresses condolences to victims of Pakistan's terror attack

Xi expresses condolences to victims of Pakistan's terror attack Contributed by NAMPA / Xinhua. BEIJING, Dec. 17 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping Wednesday sent a message to Pakistani President Mamnoon Hussain, expressing condolences to ...
 Namibia Press Agency13 hours ago India Condemns Pak School Attack,It Is "Unspeakable Brutality"  Silicon India14 hours ago Taliban butcher 132 kids at Pakistan school  Asian Age16 hours ago Taliban go on killing spree at Pakistan school, 132 students dead  Reuters1 day ago

PM Modi speaks to Nawaz Sharif, says 'India stands firmly with Pakistan in fight against terror'

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday called his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif in the backdrop of the Peshawar school attack and said 'India stands firmly with Pakistan in fight against terror'. PM took to twitter to express his ...
 ZeeNews.com57 minutes ago Tragedy Has Shaken World's Conscience: PM Modi to Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif on Peshawar School Attacks  NDTV16 hours ago Nawaz Sharif reaches Peshawar  Rediff.com1 day ago
Sunday Star-Times

Fourth Pakistan ODI goes ahead on schedule

The fourth ODI between Pakistan and New Zealand, in Abu Dhabi, will go ahead as scheduled. There were doubts about whether the match would go ahead following the terrorist attack on a Peshawar school on Tuesday, in which over 140 people, mostly students, were ...
 ESPN Cricinfo14 hours ago Pakistan beaten in emotional ODI  Gulf News17 minutes ago NZ vs Pakistan ODI goes ahead, despite deaths  Sunday Star-Times6 hours ago Black Caps-Pakistan ODI going ahead  Yahoo!Xtra18 hours ago
WA Today

For Pakistan, it's business as usual

AGENCIES Karachi, 17 December: The Pakistan Cricket Board has decided against postponing today's One-Day International with New Zealand in Abu Dhabi despite the tragic Taliban attack yesterday on a school in Peshawar. Sources in the board ...
 The Statesman3 hours ago New Zealand win thriller against Pakistan hours ago Pakistan unhappy ODI against New Zealand went ahead after tragedy  WA Today5 hours ago ODI decision disappoints Pakistan  Canberra Times5 hours ago

Kerry calls Pakistan PM

US Secretary of State John Kerry telephoned Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Wednesday and condemned the barbaric massacre of children in a Peshawar school.
 Business Standard16 hours ago Peshawar school attack: John Kerry calls Pakistan PM  Zee News16 hours ago John Kerry on 'Gut-Wrenching' Scene at Pakistan School  NBCNews.com1 day ago John Kerry says devastating Pakistan school attack angers the world  Financial Express1 day ago
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