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Has peace been restored to Pakistan's Swat Valley?

7 May 2014 Last updated at 00:17 BST

It has been five years since Taliban militants were driven out of the Swat Valley in north-west Pakistan by the country's armed forces - who still maintain a strong presence in the region.

Local peace campaigner Neelam Chattan spoke to the BBC about how the people of Swat are recovering from years of militancy, and why she is campaigning to discourage the use of toy guns in the region.

Video Produced by BBC Urdu's Haroon Rashid

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