Unrest as Pakistan-Afghan border cuts through tribal land

The disputed border that divides Afghanistan and Pakistan has become a flashpoint in recent months. Afghan troops recently shot and killed Pakistani soldiers and civilians from a census team.

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    The disputed border that divides Afghanistan and Pakistan has become a flashpoint in recent months.

    Afghan troops recently shot and killed Pakistani soldiers and civilians from a census team.

    The imaginary line that divides the two countries cuts through large tribal families that have lived there for hundreds of years.

    Al Jazeera’s Zein Basravi reports from Khyber agency, Pakistan.


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