Pakistan attack: Security forces says hostage situation over

Pakistan attack: security forces says hostage situation over

Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “Pakistan attack: Security forces says hostage situation over” – below is their description.

Operation in Pakistan to free hostages being held by Taliban at detention centre has ended.

Taliban fighters stormed jail in Pakistan on Sunday releasing prisoners and taking guards hostage.

Provincial government says prison is used to hold people linked to terrorism-related offences.

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