Reprisals in Pakistan

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Taliban and al Qaeda militants carried out three attacks in Pakistan during May, reportedly in reprisal for the killing of Osama bin Laden. Suicide bombers killed more than 80 at a paramilitary academy in the northwest city of Charsadda; a car bomb injured American consulate workers in Peshawar, and an assault on a naval airbase in Karachi killed at least 12.

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Taliban and al Qaeda militants carried out three attacks in Pakistan during May, reportedly in reprisal for the killing of Osama bin Laden. Suicide bombers killed more than 80 at a paramilitary academy in the northwest city of Charsadda; a car bomb injured American consulate workers in Peshawar, and an assault on a naval airbase in Karachi killed at least 12.