BBC News: After the Taliban: Swat women on changing life
Swat in north-west Pakistan is still recovering from a period of militancy several years ago. Men and women deemed un-Islamic were killed by the Taliban and their bodies dumped on the street. Hundreds of girls’ schools were destroyed before the army ousted the militants in 2009. A local school girl and Swat’s first woman to train as a lawyer told Nosheen Abbas how life is changing.