School in Pakistan Bombed
MSNBC posted a story by the Associated Press about a school getting bombed in Quetta, Pakistan on Friday evening. This source says 5 were killed and 10 more were injured but CNN says only 3 were killed and 6 were injured. These reports were a few hours apart so the story may be still evolving.
CNN said this is the third attempted attack or attack on a Pakistani school this week, as it is the holy month of Islamic holiday Ramadan. On Thursday a vehicle was stopped when suspected of attempting to attack a school. Three men were found inside and upon confrontation, one man blew himself and another man up. The third man was arrested and brought to the police station. As a result the school was not attacked. On Tuesday, a suicide bomber drove an explosive vehicle into a school in the Swat District. Three soldiers and the bomber were killed.
The Associated Press did not go into as much detail on the previous bombings. They said no investigation for a motive will take place due to the country's frequent violence but police are trying to figure out how the bomb got into the school. They also mention the history of violence in Pakistan and provide possibilities of a suicide bomber being part of this specific attack. Students asked a man why he wanted to enter the school and he pushed past them in response. He blew himself up once he got inside.