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Pakistan: Balancing Act

Abstract : The 7.6 magnitude earthquake that struck Pakistan last October killed 75,000 people and left 3 million homeless. But the deaths would not end there. In May, the Pakistani army managed to force out most remaining foreign relief workers from the still-devastated region of Azad Kashmir, the Pakistan-controlled part of the disputed province. Just days later, 38 people in villages of southern Azad Kashmir had their throats cut or were beheaded. The youngest victim was four months old.
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Scott Atran. Pakistan: Balancing Act. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, SAGE Publications, 2006, 6 (2), pp.000. ⟨ijn_00505172⟩

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