2012 Pakistan Delegation

Codepink Delegation in Pakistan Condemns Attack on 14-year-old Pakistani Girl; Offers Grant to her School

For Immediate Release The struggle of 14-year-old Malala Yousufzai to ensure access to education for girls is important not just for Pakistan, but for women around the world, says the U.S.-based peace group CODEPINK and its delegation that is in Pakistan to condemn the US use of drones. A faction of the Taliban claimed credit …

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Codepink Anti-Drone Delegation Brings Message of Solidarity to Tribal Areas in Pakistan Off-Limits to Foreigners for a Decade

For Immediate Release Contact:Medea Benjamin, medea@codepink.org, +923.365.978.798Alli McCracken, alli@codepink.org, +923.419.853.545 On the eleventh anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, 31 American peace delegates representing the U.S. peace group CODEPINK joined political leader Imran Khan and Pakistanis at a rally against U.S. drone strikes in Hatala, Pakistan, near the border between D.I. Khan and South Waziristan. …

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