A wing of the Pakistani Taliban is claiming responsibility for the deadliest assault ever on Pakistan's Christian minority.

Suicide bombing in Pakistan (NBC)

At least 60 people were killed and 120 wounded when a pair of suicide bombers attacked a historic church in Peshawar following services today.

A government official says the attack occurred as hundreds of worshippers were coming out of All Saints Church to get a free meal of rice on the front lawn.

A man who identified himself as the spokesman for the Jundullah wing of the Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. He said the group will continue to target non-Muslims until the United States stops drone attacks in Pakistan's remote tribal region.

Jundullah has previously claimed responsibility for attacks on minority Shiite Muslims in the southwestern Baluchistan province. Hard-line Sunni extremists like the Taliban consider Shiites to be heretics.