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Artists Made These Heartbreaking Posters As Tribute To Child Victims Of The Peshawar School Attack

December 16 marks one year since the Taliban attacked Army Public School, Peshawar, claiming 144 lives, most of whom were children.

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On December 16, 2014, Army Public School, Peshawar, was attacked by the Taliban, who killed 144 people, most of whom were children. Today marks one year since the tragedy.

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Women mourn their relative Mohammed Ali Khan, 15, a student who was killed during an attack by Taliban gunmen on the Army Public School, at his house in Peshawar December 16, 2014.

Three Pakistani men, Shahrukh Ali Mirza, Areeb Khan, and Faysal Nasir, have made tribute posters for the victims.

Shahrukh Ali Mirza / Areeb Khan / Faysal Nasir

"I want to be a pilot when I —"

Shahrukh Ali Mirza and Areeb Khan work in advertising, and Faysal Nasir is a graphic designer.

They're supposed to represent what the children may have been writing in class before they were shot.

Shahrukh Ali Mirza / Areeb Khan / Faysal Nasir

"I'm going to be a fast bowler just like S—"

The reminder is "an attempt to make people think about the society we live in," Mirza told BuzzFeed.

Shahrukh Ali Mirza / Areeb Khan / Faysal Nasir

"My country is the most beautiful country in —"

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