Death toll in Pakistan bombing climbs to 69

ISLAMABAD - The death toll from a suicide bombing at a northwest Pakistan paramilitary force academy on Friday, the first major attack by suspected terrorists since Osama bin Laden was killed in the country on May 2, has climbed to at least 69, a police official said.
"The death toll is now 69. It was a suicide bombing," Nisar Marwat, the police chief in the town of Charsadda where the attack took place, told Reuters.
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