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The image shows a school damaged in an explosion in northwest Pakistan. — Photo by Reuters

PESHAWAR: Unknown attackers blew up a girls’ primary school in Badaber, a suburban area of Peshawar, police said on Saturday.

According to details, attackers had planted explosives near the main gate of the school situated in village Mashoo Khel and later detonated it with a remote control device.

Two rooms of the school were damaged completely and the blast also affected some other sections of the school building.

No loss of life has so far been reported. Police have started a probe into the incident.

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