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In Pakistan, children attend school in shadow of fear after attack
In Pakistan, children attend school in shadow of fear after attack

Khaula Syed Ali remembers tucking her 8-year-old son's white school uniform shirt into his beige shorts and combing his hair. But the boy was pleading. "Mama, please don't send me to school," said Ahmed, who is in the second grade. "The Taliban will kill me." As Syed Ali tried to get the boy out the door last month in time for the 7:30 a.m. school bus, she knew he was not alone in his fear. Weeks after a devastating Pakistani Taliban raid on a school in this northern city, which killed 133 children and 16 staff members, students in Peshawar and across the country remain tormented by fear. The Army Public School opened Monday for the first time since the...

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