Eshan Gohar pictured in a school photo
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'We had so many hopes for him'

The BBC's Aleem Maqbool reports from Peshawar on how the bereaved are coping in Pakistan over Christmas after a year which saw the bloodiest attack ever, on the Christian community.

It has been a particularly difficult year for Pakistan's Christians, as the community tries to recover from the bloodiest attack on it in the country's history.

The BBC's Aleem Maqbool returns to Peshawar, where a double suicide bombing at a church in late September killed more than 80 worshippers, to see how the bereaved are coping.

  • 25 Dec
  • From the section Asia