Two bomb explosions at a police camp in north-west Pakistan killed at least 80 people on Friday. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, calling it the first of more violence to come in revenge for the death of Osama bin Laden.
REUTERS - Pakistani Taliban suicide bombers killed at least 80 people at a paramilitary force academy in the northwest on Friday, and vowed further bloodshed in retaliation for the death of Osama bin Laden in a U.S. raid in the country.
The hunt for bin Laden
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- Protests, layoffs and debt: Is the Bin Laden construction company in turmoil?
- CIA 'live tweets' Osama bin Laden raid to mark five-year anniversary
- Bin Laden left $29 million fortune to ‘fund global jihad’
- Egypt's anti-terror law 'muzzles the messenger'
- 'Bin Laden's secret porn stash'
- Bin Laden's alleged killer speaks out
- I killed bin Laden, says former US Navy SEAL
- Bin Laden son-in-law sentenced to life in US prison
- Abbottabad: Life after bin Laden
- Violence in Iraq takes its toll on civilians
Date created : 2011-05-13