Swat Refugees
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Hundreds of thousands of Pakistanis were already fleeing the Swat Valley before the latest fighting broke out.

Sher Ali Khan, 55, is one of them. He fled his home in a village in the Swat Valley nine months ago. Sher Ali Khan now lives in a rented house in Landhi, a largely Pashtun settlement on the outskirts of Karachi.

Khan, his wife, and 13 children have been crowded into a three-room house, anxiously awaiting the day they feel it's safe enough to return home. Khan discusses his situation with reporter Jessica Partnow.

Funding for this report was provided by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.
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