School massacre: 'Hundreds of parents' waiting in Peshawar
At least 100 people have been killed and many more injured when Taliban militants attacked a school in north-west Pakistan.
A spokesperson for the Red Crescent in Pakistan has told the BBC that things are 'critical' at a Peshawar hospital but they are managing to deal with patients.
Wafis Jan said that there were hundreds of parents gathered outside the school awaiting news of their children.
He said it is still not clear who is left inside.
16 Dec 2014