PESHAWAR: Three government-run schools were blown up by militants in northwest Pakistan's Khyber, Kohat and Swabi regions on Saturday, DawnNews reported.
Government sources said unknown assailants used explosives and destroyed a school in Khyber tribal region's Bara area Saturday morning.
The school's walls and ceiling were badly damaged in the attack.
Moreover, another school was attacked by militants using explosives in the Kohat region. At least three rooms in the school building were demolished in the attack.
Whereas, in Swabi, militants blew up a government-run primary school. The school was destroyed as a result.
It is pertinent to note that over 500 schools have been destroyed in attacks across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata).