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Displaced return to Swat valley

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Families displaced by fighting have been returning to the Swat valley, where the Pakistani government is claiming victory in its three month offensive against the Taliban.

The army says the valley is now safe but some resistance remains, with many families saying they still fear for their safety and the main Taliban leaders are still at large.

Orla Guerin followed one family from a camp near the city of Peshawar in north west Pakistan, to their home in Swat.

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