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02 December 2017, 01:08 | Myrtle Vega
Pakistan: 3 terrorists open fire at Agricultural Directorate near Peshawar University; journalist, security guard among injured
PESHAWAR, Pakistan - Islamist militants stormed a provincial government complex for agricultural research in northwest Pakistan on Friday, killing 12 people including students and wounding 35 others, police and rescue officials said.
The attackers reportedly exchanged fire with security forces at the Directorate of Agriculture Institute of Peshawar on Friday morning, the chief of police in the northwestern city, Tahir Khan said. The operation is ongoing.
Police officers said that five people were rushed to hospital with injuries.
The compound includes a hostel facility for diploma students and there were around 100 people there at the time of attack, police said.
A spokeswomen for two hospitals in the city said they had received a total of nine bodies and were treating some 38 injured, including several in critical condition.
Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, the Pakistani Taliban, has already claimed responsibility for the attack. The eyewitness, a student, said he and his colleagues ran as fast as they could but two of them were injured in the firing.
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The area where the incident occurred is a hub for educational institutions in the city including the University of Peshawar.
A gunbattle continued between forces and the attackers for over an hour and the Pakistan Army successfully killed all the terrorists.
Salahuddin Mehsud, Inspector General of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, said timely action by police and the Army helped in reducing the number of deaths.
An interior ministry official told AFP that cellular networks have been suspended in various cities across the country for security reasons.
The protests finally ended just days ago under a military-brokered deal. In 2014, Pakistani Taliban gunmen murdered more than 140 children in Peshawar, according to the BBC, making it one of the deadliest attack in the country's history.
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