Islamic State claims Quetta attack that killed 60 cadets
New Delhi : Terrorists outfit Islamic State has claimed responsibility of a deadly attack on Quetta Police academy in Balochistan, Pakistan.
A total of 60 cadets were killed and 118 were injured after three gunmen stormed police academy in the Pakistani city of Quetta.
The attack was carried out by "Islamic State fighters", the group's Amaq news agency said. (Also Read: Death toll rises to 60, over 120 injured)
In August, ISIS claimed responsibility for an attack on a gathering of mourners at a hospital in Quetta that killed 70 people.
The same attack has also been claimed by Pakistani Taliban faction Jamaat-ur-Ahrar.