Pakistan's military is dealing with more than a million Pakistanis who have been displaced by fighting since last year, a military spokesman said Tuesday.
The military has set up headquarters to manage the 1.3 million internally displaced people, spokesman Gen. Athar Abbas said.
That number includes 500,000 Pakistanis who were uprooted from their homes since August, before the latest military push against Taliban militants in the country's northeastern region, he said. Read full article »
CNN's Reza Sayah, Samson Desta and Ivan Watson contributed to this report.