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Militants Spark Fierce Pakistan Gunbattle
Gunmen attack Pakistan army headquarters, triggering a ferocious assault that killed six troops and four militants.
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Pakistan Blast

Oct. 10: A Pakistani army soldier keeps position in a helicopter flies over its headquarters after an attack by gunmen at the headquarters in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

Pakistan Blast

Oct. 10: Pakistan troops take positions close to its army's headquarters after an attack by gunmen at the army's headquarters in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

Pakistan Blast

 Oct. 10: Pakistani army troops take positions as an armored vehicle moves forward after an attack by gunmen at the army's headquarters in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

Pakistan Blast

Oct. 10: Pakistani army troops arrive to take positions following an attack by gunmen at the army's headquarters in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

Pakistan Blast

Oct. 10: Pakistani army troops remove a body of their comrade from their headquarters after an attack by gunmen at the army's headquarters in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

Pakistan Blast

Pakistani children go past a burnt out wreckage of Afghanistan-bound NATO vehicles in suburb of Peshawar, Pakistan on Friday, Oct. 9, 2009. Militants ambushed transporters carrying NATO vehicles and a tanker carrying fuel for U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan at a gas station near Peshawar, torching those. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)

Pakistan Blast

Oct. 9: A man carries a woman injured by a bombing in Peshawar.

A homicide car bomber detonated his vehicle along a road near a well-known market in Pakistan's northwest city of Peshawar, underscoring militants' ability to strike in major cities despite U.S.-backed military offensives pressuring their networks.

(AP)

Pakistan Blast

Oct. 9: People help an injured person at the bombing site in Peshawar, Pakistan. A homicide car bomber detonated his vehicle along a road near a well-known market in Pakistan's northwest city of Peshawar, underscoring militants' ability to strike in major cities despite U.S.-backed military offensives pressuring their networks.

(AP)

Pakistan Blast

Oct. 9: People rush to the site of a suicide bombing in Peshawar, Pakistan. A homicide car bomber detonated his vehicle along a road near a well-known market in Pakistan's northwest city of Peshawar, underscoring militants' ability to strike in major cities despite U.S.-backed military offensives pressuring their networks.

(AP2009)

Pakistan Blast

Oct. 9: A Pakistani mother sits with her daughter, second from right, killed by a suicide bomber as her husband lies beside in Peshawar, Pakistan. The family was hit by a suicide bombing while on their way to attend a marriage ceremony. 

The homicide car bomber detonated his vehicle along a road near a well-known market in Pakistan's northwest city of Peshawar on Friday, underscoring militants' ability to strike in major cities despite U.S.-backed military offensives pressuring their networks. Her injured husband seen on right.

(AP)

Pakistan Blast

Oct. 9: Pakistani security forces patrol in Peshawar, Pakistan after a suicide bombing. A homicide car bomber detonated his vehicle along a road near a well-known market in Pakistan's northwest city of Peshawar, underscoring militants' ability to strike in major cities despite U.S.-backed military offensives pressuring their networks.

(AP)

Pakistan Blast

Oct. 9: A Pakistani volunteer rushes people who are injured by a suicide bombing to a hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan. A homicide car bomber detonated his vehicle along a road near a well-known market in Pakistan's northwest city of Peshawar, underscoring militants' ability to strike in major cities despite U.S.-backed military offensives pressuring their networks.

(AP)

Pakistan Blast

Oct. 9: A man carries an injured woman after a suicide bombing in Peshawar, Pakistan. 

A homicide car bomber detonated his vehicle along a road near a well-known market in Pakistan's northwest city of Peshawar on Friday, underscoring militants' ability to strike in major cities despite U.S.-backed military offensives pressuring their networks. 

(AP)

Pakistan Blast

Oct. 9: People help an injured person out of the bombing site in Peshawar, Pakistan.

(AP2009)

Militants Spark Fierce Pakistan Gunbattle

Gunmen attack Pakistan army headquarters, triggering a ferocious assault that killed six troops and four militants.

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