Post-Taliban Reprisals, Expulsions In Pakistan Valley

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Pakistani Anti-Terrorism Court Convicts 5 Americans

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Holbrooke Presses Pakistan On Haqqani Network

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Rukia Begum, 16, sits before a loom at a craft center in Islampur, a community that suffered tremendous damage at the hands of the Taliban. The center is run by the Heritage Foundation of Pakistan, in partnership with UNESCO, to teach women traditional crafts to improve their livelihoods and keep their culture alive. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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Taliban Gone, Pakistani Region Yearns For Normal

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Al-Qaida Confirms No. 3 Official Killed

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Pakistan Probes Network Ties To Times Square Plot

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Sharing A Pizza: Students chat in an outdoor cafe on the campus of the Institute of Management Sciences. In the background are the mountainous tribal areas of the former Northwest Frontier province. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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Peshawar's Youths Plan Their Future Amid Violence

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On her wedding day, bride Rukhsana Gul sits with some of her nine sisters. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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Wedding, Pakistani Style: Restraint And Joy

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At a family brick-making operation near the Grand Trunk Road in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, workers load donkeys with sun-dried bricks to be carried to the kiln. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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'Builders Of The Nation' Ply Ancient Craft In Pakistan

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Shazia Bibi (right) is shown with her family in this undated photo. The 12-year-old died under mysterious circumstances in January 2010, after eight months working in the household of a prominent lawyer in Lahore, Pakistan. Naeem Chaudhry, her employer, is being investigated in connection with her death. Courtesy Masih Family hide caption

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A Young Pakistani Maid's Short Life, Tragic Death

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A cultural war is playing out among Pakistan's youth, pitting fundamentalism against secularism, isolationism versus globalization. Here, female students attend classes at the private Institute of Management Sciences in Peshawar, in Pakistan's North West Frontier Province. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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In Pakistan, A Deepening Religious-Secular Divide

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Pakistan's Militants: Who May Have Helped Shahzad?

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A man rides down the central road in Mohib Banda, the small village in Pakistan's Northwest Frontier Province that is the ancestral home of Faisal Shahzad's family. People in the village expressed shocked over the allegations against Shahzad. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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In Pakistan, Shahzad's Family, Friends Express Dismay

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Pakistan Probes Terrorist Links To Shahzad Case

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