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Pakistani military operation obliges civilians to leave home

(Xinhua)

12:05, June 09, 2012

Pakistani internally displaced girls play at Pakistan's largest refugee camp, Jalozai, near northwest Pakistan's Peshawar on June 8, 2012. Military operation against the militants in a Pakistani tribal region will displace nearly 600, 000 people, an international aid agency said on Thursday. (Xinhua/Umar Qayyum)

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