Thursday, June 21, 2012

Pakistani Taliban blow up Sufi shrine, killing 2 and wounding 16

Police officials and local residents gather at a damaged Sufi Shrine after a bomb explosion in Peshawar on June 21, 2012. A bomb attack killed two people and wounded 16 others at a Sufi shrine in Pakistan's Taliban-infested city of Peshawar on June 21, police said. The explosives were planted near the Panj Peer shrine in a densely populated part of the northwestern city, which runs into Pakistan's tribal belt strongholds of Taliban and Al-Qaeda. (Getty Images)