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Health workers dispensing the polio vaccine in Pakistan face violence and resistance as they go about their work.
Two-hundred-and-two new cases already reported this year, beating previous record of 199 in 2001.
Polio remains endemic in Pakistan as health workers battle anti-vaccine prejudice and threat to life by armed groups.
White House says agency will no longer use programme as cover for operations after complaint from public health schools.
Misconceptions, service provision failure, insecurity and foreign involvement are to blame for Pakistan's polio crisis.
Anti-Western sentiment threatens to reverse progress made in polio vaccination roll-outs in Karachi.
Tribes in Pakistan's FATA region are struggling to repeal a colonial-era, collective punishment law.
Pakistani court cuts jail term of Shakil Afridi, allegedly involved in CIA campaign to track down al-Qaeda leader.
As the country orders Save the Children's foreign staff to leave, we ask if the most vulnerable will suffer as a result.
Court documents reveal Shakil Afridi jailed for aiding Lashkar-e-Islam, not for helping CIA to find al-Qaeda chief.
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