Peshawar, Dec. 9 (ANI): Two boy's schools were blown up by the Taliban in Khyber Agency on Wednesday.
According to officials, the attack took place in Bara town, situated 20 kilometres south of provincial capital Peshawar.
The blast was so powerful that it destroyed the two school buildings completely, but luckily no one was hurt in the incident.
"Both main school buildings were completely destroyed," The News quoted Shafeerullah Wazir, the top administrative official of Agency, as saying.
"Militants buried large quantities of dynamite around the outer walls of the government-run high school and primary school. Both the Taliban and Lashkar-e-Islam was involved in this act," Wazir added. (ANI)