South Waziristan after the Taliban: Photos

South Waziristan after the Taliban: Photos

Sargodha : Pakistan | Mar 10, 2011 at 10:42 AM PST
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Reporter - Reasons for Increasing Terrorism In Pakistan - Ep 138 - Part 4

A Pakistani army officer standing guard on top of ice in order to monitor extremists. Local people say that winter in Afghanistan in Tehsil brml connect point temperature falls below Condensation (images and text Salman Khan

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Pakistan's hostile Waziristan region
Pakistan's hostile Waziristan region
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