Osama killed, Pak continues to face upshots; another blast

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Peshawar, May 25: US President Barack Obama's men killed al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden in Pakistan's Abbottabad. Osama's killing is believed as a great success for US and for the anti-terrorism countries. But Pakistan, pathetically, continues to face the consequences.

Another explosion near US embassy in Peshawar killed two police officials and left over 20 people injured on Wednesday, May 25. Sources said that the blast was carried to take avenge of Osama's death.

The latest attack has been hurled just two days after a 16-hour-long gun-battle between militants and navy commandos in a military base in Karachi.

Thirteen security personnel were killed and 14 were injured. The Pakistan Taliban, Tehreek-e-Taliban had claimed responsibility for the terror attacks which had started on Sunday (May 22) night. According to Geo News reports, the terrorists used rocket propelled grenades to damage and destroy several warplanes including Pakistan navy's premier anti-submarine attack jet - the US made P-3C Orion.

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