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    Pakistani Youth Work to Resolve Conflicti
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    December 09, 2013 11:38 PM
    In Pakistan, more than 4,000 civilians and security forces died in terrorist violence in 2013. Military campaigns and political outreach have made little headway in reducing the toll. But Sharon Behn reports that Pakistani youth are now trying to open a dialogue and end the violence - even in Pakistan's lawless tribal regions.

    Pakistani Youth Work to Resolve Conflict

    Published December 09, 2013

    In Pakistan, more than 4,000 civilians and security forces died in terrorist violence in 2013. Military campaigns and political outreach have made little headway in reducing the toll. But Sharon Behn reports that Pakistani youth are now trying to open a dialogue and end the violence - even in Pakistan's lawless tribal regions.


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