FEATURE - Slow government development threatens SWAT military gains

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  • Damage from floods and fighting still visible

  • Residents say financial help lacking

  • Local fears of a Taliban return

By Rebecca Conway

MINGORA, April 15 (Reuters) - Almost two years after Pakistan's army swept through the Swat Valley to drive out a terrifying Taliban regime, the valley's residents fear that slow economic recovery in the area could undo military gains and allow a militant return.

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