Taliban militants blew up a boys high school in Mohmand tribal district on Saturday, an official said. There were no casualties as the school in the village of Qamardin at Safi area of the Mohmand tribal district, 92 kilometres (57 miles) in northwest of Peshawar, was closed. "The school was almost completely destroyed. Taliban planted explosives at five places and blew up most of the rooms," Maqsood Khan, a senior administrative official in the area told AFP by telephone. "This was an act of the Taliban," Khan added. "This is a reaction to the operation we have launched in the area."