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>> Rescue workers rushing to a college in Pakistan after a deadly attack. At least 9 people have been killed and 35 others were wounded, according to police and hospital officials. The gunmen arrived at the agricultural college disguised in burqas, and wounded a guard before entering the campus.>>
>> As we were running out of the room the attackers saw us and started firing at us. But God saved us. I ran and hid behind the garden. Shells hit the garden.>> Police and troops were summoned to the scene and killed the attackers. The Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility, saying they had targeted a safe house of the military's Inter-Services Intelligence Agency.
The group has a history of launching attacks on the country. It's deadliest in 2014 when Taliban gunmen killed 134 children at Peshawar's Army Public School. The militant group is fighting to topple the government and install its own strict interpretation of Islamic law.