Pakistanis face risks for education

Attacks and destruction of schools is not stopping children from going to class.

    Pakistan's government hailed its military campaign against fighters in the Swat valley as a great success. 

    However, security forces remain on high alert with daily operations in the area. 

    Daily life is still insecure and services, such as schools, have been disrupted by attacks and the destruction of buildings.

    Al Jazeera's Imran Khan travelled to Mingora where some aspects of life are returning to normal.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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