WAH, 25 August 2008 (IRIN) - On
the surface, life seems to be back to normal in Wah, a town in the northern
Punjab which was hit on 23 August by twin suicide blasts, killing at least
70 and injuring over 100.
People shop for groceries, men wait for
buses at stations and vehicles ply the streets in this town of 500,000
inhabitants some 50km northwest of Islamabad.
But scratch the surface and there is
a sense of anger everywhere.
"In my neighbourhood, six funerals
took place this weekend. Six men, most of them young, were killed in the