Death toll from Pakistan mosque suicide bombing rises to 90 

The death toll from a powerful suicide bombing at a crowded Peshawar mosque in northwestern Pakistan rose to 90 on Tuesday after rescue teams retrieved more bodies from the debris, police said, Report informs, citing foreign media sources.

The outlawed Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has taken responsibility for the attack, which took place inside the mosque in the high-security Police Lines area on Monday.

According to the Police Control Room Peshawar, more than 200 injured were brought to the Lady Reading hospital, out of which about 100 injured are under treatment in the hospital, and the rest have been discharged.

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