On December 16th, 2014, more than 132 children were brutally killed in the blood-curdling militant attack in Peshawar. It was marked as the darkest day in the history of Pakistan. As a gesture of solidarity with the victims of Peshawar attack and their families, people all over the world held candlelight vigils, observed few minutes silence and some countries like Turkey declared a national day of mourning for the victims.
Candlelight vigil in Harvard Yard for victims of Peshawar Attack
The Harvard College Pakistani Student’s Association and the Harvard Pakistan Student Group held a vigil to show their solidarity with the Taliban attack victims and their families.
A two-minute silence was observed in schools all across India for the Peshawar attack victims
Indian Lok Sabha observed a few minutes silence for the Peshawar Attack Victims
India supported Pakistan in its hour of grief. Schools all across India and Indian Lok Sabha observed two minutes of silence as a gesture of respect for the atrocious terrorist attack in Peshawar.
Teen Talwar, Karachi, Lighten up Vigil in respect of Peshawar Attack Shaheeds
Pakistanis unite in the hour of adversity. Nationwide vigils to exhibit solidarity with the Peshawar attack victims and their families. The participants included people of all ages and backgrounds.
A candlelight vigil in Islamabad for the victims of a Taliban attack on a military-run school in Peshawar
A candlelight vigil in Quetta, Pakistan, for the victims of Peshawar Attack
Candlelight vigil at New York University for the martyrs of Peshawar Attack
On December 16th, The New York University Islamic Center held a candlelight vigil for the victims of the horrific attack in Peshawar.
Candlelight vigil for Peshawar attack victims at Columbia University, New York
Mr. Sun Weidong, Chinese Ambassador Sent Warm Notes and Assured to Refurbish the APS
Candles up, in solidarity with the parents of 132 children lost in Peshawar Attack, Washington DC, USA