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PBS NEWSHOUR

Why Attacks on Humanitarian Workers Are Rising in Pakistan

  • Aired: 01/02/2013
  • 04:54
  • Rating: E
Jeffrey Brown talks to Washington Post reporter Pamela Constable about how the recent deaths of health workers and teachers in Pakistan have had a chilling effect on the international aid community and what's behind this uptick in violence.
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