The struggle of Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Eyal Weizman: "Architecture is used as a weapon"
30 Sep 2010 20:30 GMT | Politics, Asia, Pakistan
Pakistan has denied that its military has been involved in the illegal killing of civilians. The denial follows the release of video footage apparently showing uniformed soldiers lining up and shooting six young men.
Pakistan's goverment claims the video is a propaganda film made by the Taliban.
Imran Khan's report contains disturbing images.
Source: Al Jazeera
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