Peshawar: Members of a banned militant
group blew up a school in the restive Khyber tribal region in
northwest Pakistan on Saturday, officials said.
The Government Boys Primary School at Tamash Kalay in
Khyber Agency was targeted by the militants as part of their
campaign against education. The building collapsed due to the
The Taliban and other militant groups in the tribal
belt bordering Afghanistan have blown up and burnt scores of
government-run schools, particularly those for girls.