terça-feira, 13 de janeiro de 2015

The December 16, 150 people were killed, most of them students. The survivors returned to school today more determined than ever.

"It's my second year at army public school. My mother was killed during the attack by the Taliban. I'm not afraid to go back. I will continue to study "refers to Syed Abid Hussain.

"We're not afraid of them, neither of the attacks. We go to school and study. Education is a right that assists us "adds Mohammad Ali.

The person in charge of the intelligence services of Pakistan met this weekend, with the head of State of Afghanistan. The meeting came out to guarantee that the two countries will join efforts in the fight against terrorism.

The army public school Peshawar., was the scene of one of the biggest massacres ever in Pakistan.

Inside the school were at the time about 500 students. 132 were killed by insurgents.

De Lurdes Hard Pereira | With REUTERS, AFP, REUTERS

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