Six Die In Suicide Attack at Pakistani Police Station

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A Taliban suicide attacker flattened a police station in the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar on Wednesday, leaving six people dead in the latest of a series of attacks in the wake of Bin Laden’s assassination by US troops. The early morning truck bombing toppled the three-storey compound in the city’s military zone. The Pakistan Taliban have taken responsibility for the explosion, calling it their fourth reprisal for the killing of Bin Laden on May 2nd.

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