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Date: 24 Oct, 2016
As a result of the militants’ insurgency and the subsequent efforts by the government to restore peace in the once troubled tribal agencies, thousands of families were forced to migrate
Date: 05 Sep, 2016
In the beginning, Taliban started bombing government installations in an attempt to establish their presence in different tribal agencies. By doing so, they were trying to destabilize peace and
Date: 09 Jul, 2016
As the government started military action against Taliban to restore peace in the volatile tribal belt, hundreds of thousands of tribesmen, including minorities, were displaced from their homes.
The military offensives in tribal areas have brought peace back as the Taliban and other militant groups have been cleared from the Pak-Afghan border region. However, these operations and conflicts rendered thousands of houses damaged in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).
PESHAWAR: Militancy has brought nothing to Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) but devastation and destruction. It destroyed the overall fabric of the tribal society. The tribal culture was ruined. Businesses and infrastructures were destroyed. Thousands of residents of FATA had no other option than to leave homes for safer...
Date: 12 Mar, 2016
Contributors: Saleem Rehman, Shah Jee, Gohar Wazir and Nabi Jan Orakzai PESHAWAR, 10 March: People from the federally administered tribal areas who were forced to leave homes due to militancy
Date: 27 Feb, 2016
Frequent military operations have been conducted by the government to restore peace in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) over the last ten years. As a result thousands of people were displaced from their homes to resettle in safer places all over the country.