Peshawar

An Afghan refugee girl stands on the debris of a demolish house in khazana refugees camp outskirts of Peshawar on October 24, 2016.  More than 350,000 Afghan refugees have returned to their war-torn homeland from Pakistan this year, UN data show, with the torrent of people crossing the border expected to continue / AFP PHOTO / A MAJEEDA MAJEED/AFP/Getty Images

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An Afghan refugee girl stands on the debris of a demolish house in Khazana refugee camp on the outskirts of Peshawar. Photo AFP/Getty Images

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People cross a flooded road following torrential rains on the outskirts of Peshawar, Pakistan. The death toll in Pakistan due to heavy rains over the last few days have risen to 75 

Pakistani troops arrive at Bacha Khan University in Charsadda town, some 35 kilometers (21 miles) outside the city of Peshawar, Pakistan, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. Gunmen stormed Bacha Khan University named after the founder of an anti-Taliban political party in the country's northwest Wednesday

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Pakistani troops arrive at Bacha Khan University in Charsadda town, some 35 kilometers (21 miles) outside the city of Peshawar, Pakistan, Wednesday. Gunmen stormed Bacha Khan University named after the founder of an anti-Taliban political party in the country’s northwest

Bomb kills ten on Pakistan-Afghan highway...epa05110432 Rescue workers comfort a relative of victim of bomb blast, in Jamrud area of Khyber tribal district, Pakistan, 19 January 2016. A bomb hit a checkpoint in the north-western Pakistani city of Peshawar on 19 January, killing ten people and wounding over a dozen, officials said. Police guards and paramilitary troops guarding a highway leading to Afghanistan were targeted in Jamrud area of Khyber tribal district, officials said. The bomb was planted on a motorcycle parked near the checkpoint, Shah said, citing preliminary investigation findings.  EPA/ARSHAD ARBAB

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Rescue workers comfort a relative of victim of bomb blast, in Jamrud area of Khyber tribal district, Pakistan. A bomb hit a checkpoint in the north-western Pakistani city of Peshawar killing ten people and wounding over a dozen, officials said

Pakistani students cross a makeshift bridge in Peshawar, Pakistan, Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015. The previous bridge was washed away in a flood.

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Pakistani students cross a makeshift bridge in Peshawar, Pakistan on Tuesday. The previous bridge was washed away in a flood

A vendor carries garlands of marigold flowers at a wholesale flower market in Peshawar, Pakistan, Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015. (AP Photo/Mohammad Sajjad)

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A vendor carries garlands of marigold flowers at a wholesale flower market in Peshawar, Pakistan.

A health worker administers a polio vaccine to a child, in Peshawar, Pakistan, 14 September 2015. Pakistan still accounts for the majority of polio cases globally. However, there has been a marked decline in cases in recent months, with only 26 children contracting the illness in 2015 after 306 cases were detected last year. More than 90 percent of the victims were from the conflict zone on the Afghan border, where gunmen linked with al-Qaeda often attack health workers vaccinating children, Health Minister, Saira Afzal Tarar, has said

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A health worker administers a polio vaccine to a child, in Peshawar, Pakistan on Monday. Pakistan still accounts for the majority of polio cases globally

A child looks on at an area affected by torrential rains in Peshawar, Pakistan, 27 April 2015. Rescue workers were scrambling to reach dozens of people believed trapped under collapsed buildings on 27 April after heavy overnight rains and strong winds killed 44 people in north-western Pakistan.  The meteorological department categorized the storm as "mini tornado or twister," warning the government to take more serious steps to tackle climate change especially in northern Himalayan regions

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A child looks on at an area affected by torrential rains in Peshawar, Pakistan. Rescue workers were scrambling to reach dozens of people believed to be trapped under collapsed buildings on Monday after heavy overnight rains and strong winds killed 44 people in north-western Pakistan

Girls carry their school bags as they walk along a road while heading to their school after it reopened in Peshawar

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Girls carry their school bags as they walk along a road while heading to their school after it reopened in Peshawar on Monday. Children streamed back to school across Pakistan on Monday in an anxious start to a new term following last month’s massacre of 134 students at an army-run school in the volatile northwestern city of Peshawar.

Pakistani schoolchildren look out the doorway of their school, before a special class about the victims killed in Tuesday's Taliban attack on a military-run school in Peshawar, at Ranrra school in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Friday, Dec. 19, 2014. Pakistani jets and ground forces killed 67 militants in a northwestern tribal region near the Afghan border, officials said Friday, days after Taliban fighters killed 148 people   most of them children   in a school massacre.

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Pakistani schoolchildren look out the doorway of their school, before a special class about the victims killed in Tuesday’s Taliban attack on a military-run school in Peshawar, at Ranrra school in Rawalpindi, Pakistan on Friday

Indian school children observe two-minutes of silence to pray for the victims who were killed in an attack at the Army run school in Peshawar, Pakistan, during their prayer meeting, in New Delhi, India, 17 December 2014. Nearly 140 people, the vast majority children, were killed at a military-run school in north-western Pakistan Tuesday in an attack by Islamist militants. At least 139 people including more than 125 children died before army commandos killed all six attackers and regained control of the building. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemned the terror attack and called two minutes silence in school's across the nation

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Schoolchildren in New Delhi, India, observe a two-minute silence on Wednesday to pray for the victims killed in the attack at an army run school in Peshawar, Pakistan

Pakistani soldiers transport rescued school children from the site of an attack by Taliban gunmen on a school in Peshawar on December 16, 2014. Taliban insurgents killed at least 130 people, most of them children, after storming an army-run school in Pakistan December 16 in one of the country's bloodiest attacks in recent years.

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Pakistani soldiers transport rescued school children from the site of an attack by Taliban gunmen on a school in Peshawar today. Taliban insurgents killed at least 130 people, most of them children, after storming an army-run school in Pakistan 

Pakistani boys attend school on the International Student Day in Peshawar, Pakistan, 17 November 2014.  International student Day is marked annually on 17 November.

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Boys attend school on the International Student Day in Peshawar, Pakistan

A young laborer works at a woods shop in Peshawar, Pakistan, 10 November 2014. Fire wood is a big source of domestic fuel in rural Pakistan where during winters, domestic consumers face acute shortage of Natural Gas.

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A young worker carries wood cuts in Peshawar, Pakistan. Fire wood is a big source of domestic fuel in rural Pakistan where during winters, domestic consumers face acute shortage of natural gas.

Members of minority Sikh community shout slogans during a protest against the killing of a Sikh trader in Peshawar, Pakistan, 06 August 2014. Unidentified armed men opened fire at three shops located in a market in Hastnagri killing a Sikh trader and injuring two others. Peshawar hosts the largets Sikh population in a Muslim dominated country.

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Members of minority Sikh community shout slogans during a protest against the killing of a Sikh trader in Peshawar, Pakistan on Wednesday

A Pakistani paramilitary soldier stands guard beside a burning pile of seized drugs during a ceremony to mark International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking on the outskirts of Peshawar on June 26, 2014. Pakistan's war-torn neighbour Afghanistan is the world's largest producer of opium, the raw material for heroin. Efforts to cut production have failed in the 13 years since US-led forces toppled the Taliban regime there. More than 45 percent of Afghanistan's illicit opiates pass through Pakistan on their way to markets in Europe and Asia, according to the UN Office on Drugs and Crime.

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A Pakistani paramilitary soldier stands guard beside a burning pile of seized drugs during a ceremony to mark International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking on the outskirts of Peshawar on Thursday

Pakistani Christian worshippers, some of them who survived Sunday's suicide bombing, pray during a special mass for the victims of the bombing, at the Church where the attack took place, in Peshawar, Pakistan, Monday, Sept. 23, 2013. Angry Pakistani Christians denounced the deadliest attack ever in this country against members of their faith. A pair of suicide bombers blew themselves up amid hundreds of worshippers outside a historic church in northwestern Pakistan.

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Pakistani Christian worshippers, some of them who survived Sunday’s suicide bombing, pray during a special mass for the victims of the bombing, at the Church where the attack took place, in Peshawar, Pakistan on Monday. Angry Pakistani Christians denounced the deadliest attack ever in this country against members of their faith. A pair of suicide bombers blew themselves up amid hundreds of worshippers outside a historic church in northwestern Pakistan.

Supporters wave towards a helicopter transporting Sharif, leader of political party PML-N, as he leaves after his election campaign rally in Peshawar

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Supporters wave goodbye to Nawaz Sharif, leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), as he leaves by helicopter after his election campaign rally in Peshawar on Tuesday. Pakistan’s general elections are to be held on May 11

A Pakistani boy suffering from Measles lies asleep after getting vaccinated at a medical camp in Peshawar, Pakistan, 26 April 2013. Pakistani health authorities were scrambling to vaccinate thousands of children across the country after a measles outbreak. Measles was suspected to be the main cause for dozens of deaths last year in Sindh, Punjab, Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces, with most children dying because of post-measles complications, including pneumonia and diarrhea, according to media report.

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A Pakistani boy suffering from Measles lies asleep after getting vaccinated at a medical camp in Peshawar, Pakistan, on Friday. Pakistani health authorities were scrambling to vaccinate thousands of children across the country after a measles outbreak. Measles was suspected to be the main cause for dozens of deaths last year in Sindh.