Terrorists kill guard at Pakistani church
CWN - July 10, 2013
Militants shot and killed a policeman who was guarding an Assembly of God church in Peshawar, a city of 3.6 million in northern Pakistan.
The Taliban are suspected in the July 5 attack.
“The continued attacks are an attempt to demoralize police,” said the local police chief. “But we will continue our targeted operations against the terrorists.”
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