Two years of violence may have ended in Pakistan’s Swat valley, but it has taken its toll on the people living there.
Following a deal with the local Taliban, the area is adjusting to life according to Sharia law.
Al Jazeera’s Zeina Khodr reports on the fragile peace and why it is not enough to entice back those who fled the fighting.
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