August 30, 2015


Analysis

Duplicity in Pakistan’s borderlands

The flag of Pakistan waves in the breeze as the sun sets on the world's ninth highest mountain, Nanga Parbat, at the mountain resort of Fairy Meadows in Pakistan on Friday, June 13, 2014. Last year 10 international climbers on an expedition to the summit of Nanga Parbat were murdered by Taliban gunmen, an event which has caused the number of international visitors to the mountain to plummet.

PHOTO FOR THE WASHINGTON POST BY MAX BECHERER / POLARIS IMAGES

The flag of Pakistan waves in the breeze as the sun sets on the world's ninth highest mountain, Nanga Parbat, at the mountain resort of Fairy Meadows in Pakistan on Friday, June 13, 2014. Last year 10 international climbers on an expedition to the summit of Nanga Parbat were murdered by Taliban gunmen, an event which has caused the number of international visitors to the mountain to plummet.

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