Following recent killings in Quetta, members of one of Pakistan's most persecuted minority groups are pressing for justice and accountability after suffering years of terrorist violence at the hands of extremists.
A powerful earthquake in Pakistan's southwestern province of Balochistan has killed 400 people, and effected more than 300,000 over a month ago. Weeks on, the disaster–and the Pakistani government's response to it–have exposed a silent war, and state violations against the Baloch people.
It’s hard enough getting aid to survivors in an earthquake, but in a conflict zone, it becomes even harder. That has been the case in Pakistan, where according to a spokesman for Balochistan regional government, attacks by separatists have hampered rescue efforts.
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