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Fight Against Militants in Pakistan Leads to Advanced Treatments For Woundedi
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March 25, 2013 3:01 PM
Pakistan has lost more than 5,000 security personnel in the fight against terrorists and militants since 2001. The campaign has also wounded some 10,000 regular and paramilitary troops. The steep toll has resulted in improved care at the army’s top rehab center in Rawalpindi, where doctors help troops get back on their feet. From the Pakistani garrison city, Ayaz Gul reports.

Fight Against Militants in Pakistan Leads to Advanced Treatments For Wounded

Published March 25, 2013

Pakistan has lost more than 5,000 security personnel in the fight against terrorists and militants since 2001. The campaign has also wounded some 10,000 regular and paramilitary troops. The steep toll has resulted in improved care at the army’s top rehab center in Rawalpindi, where doctors help troops get back on their feet. From the Pakistani garrison city, Ayaz Gul reports.


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