Peshawar mourns as 5 die in violent incidents

Express May 12, 2010

PESHAWAR: Five people were killed and six others were injured in two seperate incidences of violence in Peshawar on Wednesday.

The first was an IED explosion outside a madrassah that killed three children and injured four others.

Security forces cordoned off the area, and the injured have been shifted to the Lady Reading Hospital.

Earlier the same day, two children were killed, and two others were injured in a hand grenade blast at Charsadda Road.

Unidentified people attacked Raees Khan's house in the Ram Kishan Area. Two of his daughters died in the attack.

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Mussarat Ahmedzeb Swat | 11 years ago | Reply @adnan javed on your last comment,we are orphans and orphans do not have fathers.
Adnan Javed | 11 years ago | Reply It seems that there is no let up for residents of Peshawar as for as the bombing spree is concerned. As soon as the confidence of locals is set to restore, terrorists strike some part of the city at will to prove their presence within us. One thing has become certain that the procurement of latest security gadgets and setting up of check-points in every nook and corner of the provincial capital have failed to block the entry of saboteurs. Hence, city fathers wake up and protect the innocent people.
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