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A Place Called Pakistan - The Heartland of the Pashtuns

Eva travels to Peshawar, the heartland of the Pashtun people. She experiences a Jirga, a unique tribal system of justice and heads to the legendary Khyber Pass, the gateway for invasions from the north.​ Catch Episode 4 of A Place Called Pakistan, exclusively on TRT World. #Pakistan #Pashtuns #Travel

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A Place Called Pakistan - Along the Iranian Border

A Place Called Pakistan premieres on TRT World

A Place Called Pakistan premieres on TRT World

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