Inked in blood

December 18, 2014 7:46 PM

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Tuesday, December 16, 2014 has in all likelihood changed the way the city will feel, the country will think and the individual will interpret life and death after seven cold calculated militants looked for the blood of innocents as they lay siege to Army Public School.

By the afternoon, Pakistan had seen one of the worst attacks on civilians on its soil. A siege on a school left 141 gaping holes in the city’s feeble fabric. At least 132 of those were students, preteen to 18 year olds, according to a statement given by ISPR DG Asim Bajwa after security forces clear...

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