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Peshawar school aftermath

Updated 10:42 PM ET, Thu December 18, 2014
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A soldier walks outside the Pakistani school that was attacked by members of the Pakistani Taliban on Tuesday, December 16. CNN cameraman Javed Iqbal took these photos in the aftermath of the attack, which killed more than 140 people. Javed Iqbil/CNN
Bullet holes litter the walls of the school. Javed Iqbil/CNN
Most of those killed in the attack were children. Javed Iqbil/CNN
The attack drew sharp condemnation from top Pakistani officials, who vowed that the country wouldn't stop its war against the Taliban. Javed Iqbil/CNN
"Even the children are dying on the frontline in the war against terror," Pakistani Defense Minister Khawaja Asif told CNN. "The smaller the coffin, the heavier it is to carry. ... It's a very, very tragic day." Javed Iqbil/CNN
On a typical day, the school is home to about 1,100 students and staff, most of them sons and daughters of army personnel from around Peshawar. Javed Iqbil/CNN
More than 100 people were injured, many with gunshot wounds, according to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province Information Minister Mushtaq Ghani. Javed Iqbil/CNN