In pictures: Pakistan school attack aftermath

More than 140 people, most of them children, were killed when Taliban gunmen stormed a school in Peshawar, Pakistan, officials say.

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Image caption Funerals for the victims of the Peshawar school massacre are currently under way. At least 141 people were killed, including 132 children and nine members of staff.
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Image caption Prayer vigils are also being held across the city as it tries to come to terms with the deadliest attack by Taliban militants in the country's history.
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Image caption Pakistani security officials have begun sifting through debris at the school for clues as to how the militants got into the building to launch their attack.
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Image caption Survivors have spoken of how the gunmen were from classroom to classroom, shooting at anyone they found. One entire ninth-grade class died in the attack.
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Image caption New images from the school show the brutality of the attack, with pools of blood on the floors of the classrooms and walls covered in hundreds of bullet holes.
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Image caption Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has declared three days of mourning over the massacre and vowed to fight terrorism and restore security in Pakistan.
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Image caption In India, schools held two-minute silences to honour those killed after Prime Minister Narendra Modi called the attack "a senseless act of unspeakable brutality".

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