Rights of Pakistan war

July 2015
Eastern Eye;7/10/2015, Issue 1310, p22
The article reports that Pakistan army is positioning troops around Shawal Valley in Pakistan as its final push for fight militant group Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), citing that its success will defend on the development of semi-autonomous and lawless areas in the country.


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