'We have killed all the children - what do we do now?' Taliban transcripts from Peshawar massacre 'leaked'

148 people - mainly children - were killed in an attack. Credit: Reuters

The Pakistani army has released some of the security logs from the Taliban school massacre that claimed the lives of 148 people in Peshawar.

Pakistani news agency Dawn reported the last conversation between one of the attackers, referred to as 'Abuzar' and his commander 'Umar'.

This and other conversations between the attackers and their handlers during the seven and half hour siege of the Army Public School were shared with Afghan authorities on Wednesday.

The army hope to work with their Afghan counterparts to catch those responsible: Umar, the commander is believed to be in the Nazian district of Nangarhar Province, officials said, and Pakistan wants Afghan authorities to act.

Pakistan now believes the massacre was carried out by seven militants - five of whom blew themselves up inside the administration block, and two others outside it.