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NATO calls for global coordination to end terror following Peshawar Pakistan attack

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A police commando escorts rescued staff members of an Agriculture Training Institute sit in a armoured vehicle after an attack by Taliban militants in Peshawar on December 1, 2017.

The Nato-led Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan has called for global coordination to tackle the threat of terrorism, days after an attack in Peshawar left nine people dead and 32 others injured.

“This demonstrates the need for cooperation among all nations to put an end to those who seek to undermine legitimate governments and to do harm to their people,” said Resolute Support spokesperson Captain Tom Greshbak, according to Khaama Press.

Armed men clad in burqas stormed into Agriculture Training Institute (ATI) early Friday morning and opened fire, causing the deaths.

“Resolute Support offers our most sincere condolences to the families of those martyred and injured in the attack on the students and faculty of the ATI,” Greshbak added.

Hours after the operation to clear the attack site of terrorists, Pakistan Army had said the attack was orchestrated by militants based in Afghanistan.

DG Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Asif Ghafoor said that Afghanistan will have to take stern actions against the terrorists using its soil.

 

Ref: The Express Tribune

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