Pakistan Mourns, Buries Victims from University Attack

  • Pakistani relatives and residents offer funeral prayers for victims of the Bacha Khan university attack in Charsadda, about 50 kilometres from Peshawar. |AFP
  • Pakistani relatives and residents carry the coffin of a victim from Bacha Khan university after a day an attack by militants in Charsadda, about 50 kilometres from Peshawar. |AFP
  • Pakistani relatives and residents offer funeral prayers for victims of the Bacha Khan university attack in Charsadda, about 50 kilometres from Peshawar. |AFP
  • Pakistani women light candles during a vigil for victims of the Bacha Khan University attack in Peshawar, Pakistan. |AP
  • Pakistani students pray for the victims of the Bacha Khan University, at a local school in Karachi, Pakistan. |AP
  • Pakistani students pray for the victims of the Bacha Khan University, at a local school in Karachi, Pakistan. |AP
  • Pakistani students pray for the victims of the Bacha Khan University, at a local school in Karachi, Pakistan. |AP
  • Pakistani students pray for victims of Bacha Khan University, at a school in Karachi, Pakistan. |AP
  • People offer prayers for victims of Bacha Khan University in Lahore, Pakistan. |AP
  • Pakistani university students pray for victims of Bacha Khan University, in Lahore, Pakistan. |AP
  • Staff of the Bacha Khan University leave the campus in Charsadda town, some 35 kilometers (21 miles) outside the city of Peshawar, Pakistan. |AP
  • Pakistan observed a day of national mourning for the 21 people killed when heavily-armed gunmen stormed a university in the troubled northwest, exposing the failings in a national crackdown on extremism. |AFP