Karachi, Pakistan—These bodies are the victims of a deadly attack on this city’s main airport earlier this week. The Pakistani Taliban took responsibility, saying the assault’s “main goal was to damage the government, including by hijacking planes and destroying state installations.”Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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