Posts Tagged ‘ war on terror ’

Mobility and Spatiality among Tribal Pashtuns

Jan 2016

Horizontal mobility and frequent movement are considered a cosmopolitan lifestyle when practiced by the elite. Not so lower down in the socioeconomic ladder: Mobile Tribal Pashtuns are associated with illegality. Issue 10
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Why Peshawar Must Not Be Our 9/11

By strengthening the writ of a militarized state, we are making a second Peshawar more, not less, likely.
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“Her Head Was Ripped Apart” | Voices from North Waziristan

Nor Niaza was trapped in the bombardment with her paralyzed husband and mentally ill son.
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“Black Like Charcoal”

اردو | A fighter jet bomb exploded in Zubina Bibi's home, burning her body, say Zubina and her mother.
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“One Boy. One Girl.” | Voices from North Waziristan

Jul 2014

VIDEO | Nandoona lost two children on her three-day flight to Bannu, from her home in Dawari, North Waziristan.
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Voices from North Waziristan | Bannu, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Jun 2014

VIDEO | Hundreds of thousands have been displaced by the Zarb-e-Azb operation in North Waziristan.
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Another Black Hole: Released Bagram Prisoners Held Incommunicado in Pakistan | JPP’s Blog

Nov 2013

Two weeks ago the U.S. released 6 Pakistanis from Bagram Prison in Afghanistan.
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