Dozens Killed in Taliban Attack
A Beslan-style attack on a school in Peshawar, Pakistan, has left at least 126 people dead with over 100 wounded. The slaughter comes the day after a sixteen-hour siege in Sydney, Australia that left two people dead.
According to reports by VOA News, Fox News, and CBN, the school was attacked by at least six murder-suicide bombers aligned with Tehreek-e-Taliban, or the Pakistani Taliban, in what is being described as the worst attack in over a year. Nearby military units responded to the attack, and Pakistani troops have exchanged fire with the terrorists before securing control of the school.