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PAKISTAN-EDUCATION/
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October 30, 2014
Girls recite their lesson while attending their daily class at a government school in Peshawar October...
Peshawar, Pakistan
Girls recite their lesson while attending their daily class at a government school in Peshawar
Girls recite their lesson while attending their daily class at a government school in Peshawar October 29, 2014. A Pakistani province is rewriting school books to make them more Islamic, inserting verses on jihad, removing pictures of unveiled women and changing material on recent history, officials said on Thursday. The public tussle over the changes mirrors a struggle for power at the heart of Pakistan's young democracy. Secular, liberal parties are vying with conservative, religious parties for influence in the nuclear-armed nation of 180 million people. Picture taken October 29, 2014. REUTERS/Fayaz Aziz (PAKISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION POLITICS)
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