Pakistan Vows To Tackle Terrorism After School Masacre

Pakistan prime minister

A day after the cold-blooded massacre of more than 140 schoolchildren by Taliban militants at a school in Peshawar, Pakistan’s prime minister has vowed to extinguish terrorism in his country.

Nawaz Sharif announced a national plan to tackle terrorism Wednesday and said there would no longer be a distinction between good and bad Taliban. The country continues its three days of mourning with candlelight vigils and funeral prayers as Pakistan’s officials seek out help identifying those to blame for the attacks.

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