At least 59 people were killed in an armed attack on a police academy in the Pakistani city of Quetta. GEO TV channel reported with reference to physicians.
According to Associated Press, the Minister of Internal Affairs of Balochistan province Sarfraz Bugti announced the completion of the operation after three attackers have been killed. According to him, the militants were carrying "suicide belts".
Earlier, media reported that a group of six armed men on Monday night attacked a police training center in Quetta, which can accommodate up to 600 cadets. It has been reported that the militants have captured 200 people.
According to the military, the attack could be carried out by associated with the Taliban group Lashkar-e Jhangvi.