Expect more attacks, Taliban say

Pakistan airport assault in response to U.S. drone strike

Posted: June 10, 2014 at 4:41 a.m.

Pakistani police officers display weapons and ammunition confiscated from attackers at the Jinnah International Airport on Monday in Karachi, Pakistan.

The Pakistani Taliban threatened more violence Monday after a five-hour assault on the nation's busiest airport killed 29 people -- including all 10 attackers -- raising a new challenge for a U.S. ally trying to end years of fighting that has killed thousands.

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