Over 100 Dead in Pakistan Mosque Suicide Attack: Rescuers Search for Victims Amid National Security Crisis

At least 100 people have been killed and many more injured in a suicide bombing at a mosque in the Pakistani city of Peshawar. The attack took place on Tuesday during the afternoon prayer, with the bomber detonating explosives near the entrance of the mosque.

The Pakistani government has arrested several suspects in connection with the attack, and authorities are investigating the incident to determine who was behind the bombing.

The attack has been widely condemned by the international community, with many countries expressing their condolences and offering their support to the families of the victims.

The incident has also sparked a national security crisis in Pakistan, with the government increasing security measures in the wake of the attack.

Rescue workers have been searching through the rubble of the mosque, searching for survivors and retrieving the bodies of those killed in the attack.

The incident has been described as one of the deadliest attacks in Pakistan’s history, and has left the country in shock. The full extent of the tragedy is still unfolding, and the incident has sparked a wave of grief and sorrow throughout the country.

This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.