Pakistan in pictures

Published February 25, 2011
Pakistani security officials look at burning Nato tankers in suburbs of Peshawar, Pakistan on Friday, Feb. 25, 2011. Militants in Pakistan attacked tankers bringing fuel to Nato and US forces in Afghanistan on Friday, killing four people and causing a massive nighttime blaze. ? AP
Pakistani security officials look at burning Nato tankers in suburbs of Peshawar, Pakistan on Friday, Feb. 25, 2011. Militants in Pakistan attacked tankers bringing fuel to Nato and US forces in Afghanistan on Friday, killing four people and causing a massive nighttime blaze. ? AP
Saboor Khan who fled his village due to fighting between security forces and militants in Pakistan's tribal area of Bajur, waits for transport to take his ailing daughter to a doctor, in slums of Islamabad, Pakistan on Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011. ? AP
Saboor Khan who fled his village due to fighting between security forces and militants in Pakistan's tribal area of Bajur, waits for transport to take his ailing daughter to a doctor, in slums of Islamabad, Pakistan on Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011. ? AP
Pakistani cricket fans watch World Cup Cricket tournament match between Pakistan and Kenya on a large screen installed on the Islamabad Stock Exchange (ISE) building on February 23, 2011. ? AFP
Pakistani cricket fans watch World Cup Cricket tournament match between Pakistan and Kenya on a large screen installed on the Islamabad Stock Exchange (ISE) building on February 23, 2011. ? AFP
A view of a bull race taking place Malal Village in Attock. ? APP
A view of a bull race taking place Malal Village in Attock. ? APP
Supporters of religious party Jamiat-e-Ulema-e-Islam hold placards as they take part in a rally against US special forces officer Raymond Davis in the Pakistan-Afghanistan border town of Chaman February 24, 2011. Cooperation between the American and Pakistani spy agencies has been scaled back because of an incident involving Davis shooting two Pakistanis, Pakistani intelligence officials said on Thursday. ? Reuters
Supporters of religious party Jamiat-e-Ulema-e-Islam hold placards as they take part in a rally against US special forces officer Raymond Davis in the Pakistan-Afghanistan border town of Chaman February 24, 2011. Cooperation between the American and Pakistani spy agencies has been scaled back because of an incident involving Davis shooting two Pakistanis, Pakistani intelligence officials said on Thursday. ? Reuters
A boy holds pieces of metal collected from a pile of iron scrap on the outskirts of Islamabad. ? Reuters
A boy holds pieces of metal collected from a pile of iron scrap on the outskirts of Islamabad. ? Reuters
A Pakistani Navy soldier is silhouetted while playing a bugle during a national flower exhibition at Karachi's Clifton beach February 24, 2011. ? Reuters
A Pakistani Navy soldier is silhouetted while playing a bugle during a national flower exhibition at Karachi's Clifton beach February 24, 2011. ? Reuters

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