Heat wave ordeal for Pakistan's displaced  

For thousands of displaced civilians who have escaped fighting in Pakistan's Swat valley, the coming summer months are unlikely to ease their suffering.

In a refugee camp in Mardan district temperatures are already 45 degrees Celsius. In the mountains of Swat the average is 25 degrees.

Al Jazeera's Imran Khan finds out find out how the soaring temperatures are affecting those who live there.


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