Girls' School Blown up in Peshawar - A first

Militants blow up girls’ school in Peshawar
Daily Times, August 26, 2008

PESHAWAR: After Swat, militants have started attacking girls’ school in the provincial metropolis as they blew up a government girls high school in Badaber on Monday, officials said. Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Nasirul Mulk Bangash told Daily Times that the militants had planted explosives in the school building, located near Speen Jumat. All the 26 rooms were destroyed along with 16 computers and office record when the militants detonated the explosives, the SSP said. He said it was the first school to be destroyed by the militants in Peshawar. akhtar amin


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