Two gunmen killed in attack on Pakistan university
Updated: 2016-01-20 14:26
PESHAWAR, Pakistan - Two of the gunmen who stormed a university campus in northwestern Pakistan have been killed, police said, but other attackers are believed to be on the second and third floors of campus buildings and firing is still going on.
Deputy Inspector General Saeed Wazir said police believed that most of the students had been rescued but several gunmen remained at large inside the university.
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Jiang, a native of Chongqing, was a sophomore finance major at the WP Carey School of Business at Arizona State University in Tempe.
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