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Pakistan test fires its new Ababeel surface-to-surface ballistic missile in Pakistan on Jan. 24, 2017. Ababeel has a maximum range of 1,350 miles and is capable of delivering multiple warheads using multiple independent re-entry vehicle technology, according to Pakistani sources. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Partition, Through A Child's Eyes, In 'The Night Diary'

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Leena Khandwala, 44, at her family home in Karachi, Pakistan. After members of her religious community in the U.S. and Australia were arrested for performing female genital mutilation, she decided to go public about her childhood experience of being cut. Diaa Hadid/NPR hide caption

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A U.S. Army helicopter crew chief scans the ground near Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan in June 2017. Capt. Brian Harris/AP hide caption

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After 16 Years, Afghanistan War Is 'At Best A Grinding Stalemate,' Journalist Says

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A poster in Kasur, Pakistan, includes a picture of Zainab and the message: "Protest. Protest. Protest. Daughter Zainab, we are ashamed. But if not now, then never. Zainab, in light of your martyrdom, we will seek accountability for all similar events in the past. We will not rest without that." Diaa Hadid/NPR hide caption

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A 13th Child Is Raped And Killed — And A Pakistani City Is Up In Arms

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A Pakistani policeman guards a team of polio vaccinators during an immunization drive in Karachi on January 22. Officials have stepped up protection in the wake of the January 18 attack. Rizwan Tabassum/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The funeral for the girl who was raped and killed in Kasur, Pakistan, drew people from across the city Wednesday. Outrage over the attack has prompted clashes between protesters and police. Qazi Mehmood/AP hide caption

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"In 70 years, Pakistan has bought transgenders to a position where they have no rights and no respect," says Ashi. "We are trying to regain our status in society." Diaa Hadid/NPR hide caption

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Pakistan's Transgender Women, Long Marginalized, Mobilize For Rights

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Demonstrators take part in a protest against U.S. aid cuts, in Lahore, Pakistan, on Friday. Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Pakistan Defends Anti-Terrorism Record After U.S. Cuts Aid

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Demonstrators shout anti-U.S. slogans at a protest in Karachi, Pakistan, on Tuesday, a day after President Trump tweeted that Pakistan has "given us nothing but lies & deceit, thinking of our leaders as fools." Asif Hassan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Protesters in Hyderabad, Pakistan, burn banners showing President Trump on Tuesday. Trump slammed Pakistan for "lies & deceit" in a New Year's Day tweet that said Islamabad had played U.S. leaders for "fools." Pervez Masih/AP hide caption

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Activists of the Difa-e-Pakistan Council shout anti-U.S. slogans at a protest in Karachi on Tuesday. Pakistan summoned the U.S. ambassador after President Trump lashed out at Islamabad with threats to cut aid over "lies" about militancy. Asif Hassan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tensions Rise Between Pakistan And U.S. After President Trump's Tweet

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