KARACHI (REUTERS/AFP) - Pakistan rescue workers recovered the bodies of seven people trapped inside a cargo building at Karachi airport on Tuesday, two days after a group of Taleban militants stormed the country's busiest airport.
"The bodies are badly charred beyond identification," said a morgue official who asked not to be named. This brings the total death toll from the attack to at least 34 people.
The attack at Karachi's Jinnah International Airport began just before midnight Sunday and around dawn, the military said that all 10 attackers had been killed.
The Pakistani Taleban on Monday claimed responsibility for the attack in revenge for their late leader Hakimullah Mehsud, who was killed in a US drone strike in November.