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Family members gather to identify bodies, killed on Sunday's Taliban attack on Jinnah International Airport, at hospital morgue in Karachi June 10, 2014. (ATHAR HUSSAIN/REUTERS)
Family members gather to identify bodies, killed on Sunday's Taliban attack on Jinnah International Airport, at hospital morgue in Karachi June 10, 2014. (ATHAR HUSSAIN/REUTERS)

Seven more bodies found at Karachi airport Add to ...

Pakistan rescue workers recovered the bodies of seven people trapped inside a cargo building at Karachi airport on Tuesday, two days after a group of Taliban militants stormed the country’s busiest airport.

“The bodies are badly charred beyond identification,” said a morgue official who asked not to be named. This brings the total death toll from the attack to at least 34 people.

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