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Pakistan university attack: after fragile gains terror returns

Pakistan and Afghanistan must cooperate to eliminate the Taliban threat

By Emily Winterbotham & Kamal Alam  

Pakistan's army chief Raheel Sharif talks to a man injured in an attack on a university, at a local hospital in Charsadda town, some 35 kilometers (21 miles) outside the city of Peshawar, Pakistan, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. Gunmen stormed Bacha Khan University named after the founder of an anti-Taliban political party in the country's northwest Wednesday, killing many people, officials said. (AP Photo/Zia Mohammad)

Pakistan's army chief Raheel Sharif talks to a man injured in an attack on a university, at a local hospital in Charsadda town, some 35 kilometers (21 miles) outside the city of Peshawar, Pakistan, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. Gunmen stormed Bacha Khan University named after the founder of an anti-Taliban political party in the country's northwest Wednesday, killing many people, officials said. (AP Photo/Zia Mohammad) Pakistan’s army chief Raheel Sharif talks to a man injured in an attack on a Bacha Khan university, at a hospital in Charsadda town…

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