The wave of terrorism in Pakistan’s tribal areas has left behind innumerous plaintive tales of death and sorrow. There are hundreds of children who lost their one or both parents and are forced to do labor to feed them and their families.  Mohmand Agency’s 11-year old girl Reshma is an epitome of such stories of resilience, who is supporting her family by selling bread in the local bazaar after she lost her father and brother in terrorist violence. Pakistan Saga’s correspondent Abdullah Malik reports in this video.


Who will share my pain?

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