USA attacked—picture gallery 

The Tribune
September 26, 2001

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PESHAWAR: A worker for the World Food Program loads wheat donated by Germany and Japan at a holding centre near Peshawar, Pakistan, on September 25. The WFP in collaboration with the Shelter Now International will feed over 100,000 Afghan refugees over the next two weeks with 4,800 metric tons of the wheat purchased locally with funds from Germany and Japan. Over 2 million Afghan refugees live in Pakistan and that number is expected to swell sharply if America strikes Afghanistan in retaliation for the attacks on it. —AP/PTI