Activists of Pakistan's civil society groups condemn the Taliban's attack on a military-run school in Peshawar, during a rally in Lahore, Pakistan. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary)
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Pakistan's prime minister rejected appeals by four militants sentenced to death in the Peshawar school massacre, saying Thursday that those behind the country's deadliest-ever terror attack deserved "no mercy".With the anniversary of the Dec. 16, 2014 attack approaching, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif directed President Mamnoon Hussain to reject the mercy petitions appealing the executions.It was not clear if the remaining two facing execution had also filed mercy petitions.
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