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Pakistan teens give their views on the country's future

Much is heard from politicians and analysts about the difficult relationship between the US and Pakistan, but the BBC has been hearing the views of teenagers in Islamabad.

It is part of the BBC's World's Biggest School Assembly day, which has been taking place in schools all around the world and broadcast on BBC World Service radio and online.

Pupils from countries including India, Egypt, China, Jamaica and Libya have been exchanging views on the issues that matter to them.

Tulip Mazumdar reports from the Pakistani capital Islamabad.

  • 08 May 2012
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