Pakistanis flee troubled areas near Afghan border (AP) – 1036th Edition

In this photo taken Friday, April 15, 2011, a Pakistani family who fled their village due to ongoing clashes between Islamist militants and Pakistan's army, wait with their belongings as they wait for transport in Khyber, Pakistan. The displaced have become the forgotten victims of Pakistan's U.S.-backed campaign against militants, living in camps or relatives' homes scattered throughout the country. That so many have still not returned is perhaps the clearest sign of the difficulties the army is facing against deeply entrenched insurgents along the frontier. (AP Photo/Qazi Rauf)AP – When a mortar shell killed three people at his neighbor’s house, Munir Khan knew it was time for him and his family to pack up and leave his village near the Afghan border.

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