Taliban's Bin Laden Revenge Attacks kill 80 in Pakistan
Two bombs have exploded in North western Pakistan killing some 80 people and wounding dozens more at a paramilitary training center. 120 people were treated in a Hospital in Peshawar at least 40 are seriously injured. Most of the dead were recent recruit to Pakistan’s paramilitary police force, the frontier constabulary. Eye witnesses said the recruits were simply boarding a bus to go on leave when the explosions happened. The Pakistani Taliban says it is revenge for the death of Osama Bin Laden and it would carry out more attacks across Pakistan and Afghanistan. It comes as Pakistan military chiefs prepare to appear before parliament to answer questions about the Al Qaeda leader's presence in the country and about the operation that killed him.
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