The United States strongly condemns the January 30 bombing at a mosque in Peshawar’s Police Lines district

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Investigations underway after suicide bombing at Pakistan mosque kills 32 A suicide bombing at a crowded mosque in Pakistan's Peshawar killed at least 32 people on Monday (January 30), the latest attack targeting police in this northwestern city where Islamist militants remain active. Footage showed a large crowd of people gathered around the mosque, with piles of debris strewn on the ground and barrier tape cordoning them off. No one has claimed responsibility for the bombing, which ripped through during noon prayers, causing a wall to collapse on top of worshippers. The building is located inside a highly fortified compound that includes the headquarters of the provincial police force and a counter-terrorism department. Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif has called the blast, the city's worst since March last year, a suicide attack. There were at least 260 people in the mosque, police official Sikandar Khan added. Photoby Wikipedia
Investigations underway after suicide bombing at Pakistan mosque kills 32 A suicide bombing at a crowded mosque in Pakistan's Peshawar killed at least 32 people on Monday (January 30), the latest attack targeting police in this northwestern city where Islamist militants remain active. Footage showed a large crowd of people gathered around the mosque, with piles of debris strewn on the ground and barrier tape cordoning them off. No one has claimed responsibility for the bombing, which ripped through during noon prayers, causing a wall to collapse on top of worshippers. The building is located inside a highly fortified compound that includes the headquarters of the provincial police force and a counter-terrorism department. Prime Minister Shebaz Sharif has called the blast, the city's worst since March last year, a suicide attack. There were at least 260 people in the mosque, police official Sikandar Khan added. Photoby Wikipedia
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The Mosque Bombing in Peshawar, Pakistan
01 February 2023, Washington DC.

Antony J. Blinken, Secretary of State said in a press note that:

The United States strongly condemns the January 30 bombing at a mosque in Peshawar’s Police Lines district.

We extend our deepest condolences to the families of the many who lost their lives as a result of this senseless act of terrorism. It only compounds the tragedy that so many of the victims were security personnel who had dedicated their careers to protecting and serving their fellow citizens.

The United States stands with Pakistan in condemning all forms of violence against civilians. We support the Pakistani government’s efforts to combat terrorism in all its forms and manifestations.

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