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Operation Against Islamist Militants Causes Massive Displacements in Pakistani
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Kokab Farshori
June 28, 2014 1:35 PM
As Pakistani forces target Islamist militants in the northwestern part of the country, the government faces a huge challenge to accommodate hundreds of thousands of people displaced because of the military operation. The number of these internally displaced people is now about half a million, and many of them complain about inadequate facilities at government camps as well as uncertainty about their future. VOA's Kokab Farshori has details.

Operation Against Islamist Militants Causes Massive Displacements in Pakistan

Kokab Farshori

Published June 28, 2014

As Pakistani forces target Islamist militants in the northwestern part of the country, the government faces a huge challenge to accommodate hundreds of thousands of people displaced because of the military operation. The number of these internally displaced people is now about half a million, and many of them complain about inadequate facilities at government camps as well as uncertainty about their future. VOA's Kokab Farshori has details.


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