Police training school attacked by militants in Quetta, Pakistan
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Militants attacked at a police training college in Quetta city of Pakistan on late Monday night. The Pakistani media reported of at least 3 blasts. According to the reports 60 policemen have been dead and around 120 injured.
Reports say that the militants forcefully made their way into the hostel of the police training college located at the Saryab Road in Quetta.
“I saw three men in camouflage whose faces were hidden carrying Kalashnikovs,” one cadet said according”.
The exact sequence of events in the attack is unclear as yet, however the Pakistan’s officials have said that the attackers “were in communication with operatives in Afghanistan”.
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