Rawalpindi

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

Pakistani health workers mark the thumb of a child after giving him polio vaccine drops to a child during a polio vaccination campaign in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, on February 25, 2014. Pakistani health workers go door-to-door to administer vaccinations to children for various diseases including polio, tuberculosis, tetanus, whooping cough, measles and hepatitis.Dr. Elias Durry, coordinating the World Health Organizations support to Pakistans polio eradication effort, said recorded 70 cases of polio last year and vaccinated 34 million children.

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Pakistani health workers mark the thumb of a child after giving him vaccine during a polio vaccination campaign in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Pakistani health workers go door to door to administer vaccinations to children for diseases including polio, tuberculosis, tetanus, whooping cough, measles and hepatitis.

Uncles of Pakistani student, Zoubair Latif, 17, who was killed in a suicide bombing, mourn his death while waiting at a hospital to take the body for burial, in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Monday, Jan. 20, 2014. A Taliban suicide bomber blew himself up not far from Pakistan s military headquarters Monday, killing more than a dozen of people a day after a militants bombing inside an army compound in the northwest of the country, officials and militants said.

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Uncles of Pakistani student, Zoubair Latif, 17, who was killed in a suicide bombing, wait at a hospital in Rawalpindi, Pakistan to take the body for burial. A Taliban suicide bomber blew himself up not far from Pakistan’s military headquarters on Monday, killing more than a dozen people. It came a day after a powerful bomb ripped through a Pakistan army truck in the country’s northern city of Bannu near the Afghan border, killing at least 20 soldiers.

Pakistani patients, suffering from the mosquito-borne disease, dengue fever, lay in beds covered with nets at an isolation ward of a hospital in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013. Dengue, a flu-like illness, is spread by the Aedes mosquito and spikes during the annual monsoons in Pakistan, when the rains leave puddles of stagnant water where the insects breed.

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Patients suffering from the mosquito-borne dengue fever in an isolation ward at a hospital in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. The disease is particularly prevalent during the monsoon season

A horse for rent stands next to his owner as he sleeps on a bed on a sidewalk in a street in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, early Monday, June 10, 2013.

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A horse for rent stands next to its owner sleeping on a bed on a sidewalk in a street in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, early on Monday

Pakistani pedestrians and vehicles moving on a road are reflected in mirrors displayed for sale outside a mechanic shop, in Rawalpindi, Pakistan

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Wing mirrors mostly for cars, for sale outside a mechanic shop in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, reflect the nearby street life of pedestrians and vehicles passing by