Attack on School Stirs Anger in Western Pakistan

Pro-Taliban tribesmen are threatening suicide attacks and other reprisals for Monday's government air raid on a madrassa — or religious school — in a western province of Pakistan. Eighty people were reported killed in the attack.

Renee Montagne speaks with journalist Ahmed Rashid.



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