Bomb attacks take toll on Peshawar
As the number of attacks increase, many victims find it difficult to cope with the aftermath.
Last Modified: 18 Aug 2011 09:16

The Pakistani city of Peshawar has seen more bomb attacks than any other city in the country over the past year.  

The violence has killed and wounded hundreds, putting severe strain on the residents, particularly poor families who are often the victims.  

Al Jazeera's Kamal Hyder reports from Peshawar on the plight of one such household.

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