In Pakistan was carried out the verdict of the military Tribunal sentenced four people convicted of involvement in the terrorist attack in Peshawar, where a Taliban attack on a school were killed 132 schoolchildren and 9 teachers, to death by hanging, according to Reuters.
After the tragedy in Peshawar, the Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif has cancelled previously enacted in Pakistan the moratorium on the death penalty.
We will remind, in December 2014, militants of Pakistani Taliban attacked a military school in Peshawar, where for several hours held hostage about 400 students and teachers.
The representative associated with «al-Qaeda» extremist group «Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan» (TTP) said in an interview with CNN that the attack is revenge for the murder of «hundreds of innocent civilians» killed during military operations in the provinces of South Waziristan, North Waziristan and Khyber along that country’s border with Afghanistan.
The victims of the attack was 141 people: 132 schoolchildren aged 12 to 16 years and nine teachers. About 100 people were injured.