Time for Pakistan to get tough on terrorism
Shot in both legs, Shahruh Khan survived the Taliban attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar, Pakistan. "The man with big boots," Al Jazeera quoted Khan as saying, "kept on looking for students and pumping bullets into their bodies."
It took army units eight hours to kill the seven attackers who wore army uniforms and suicide vests. The carnage included 141 dead, including 132 helpless children. As the school had over a thousand pupils aged between five and eighteen, with 960 students a...
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