Mourning the sisters killed as they taught handicrafts
Ayesha Bibi and Irshad Bibi, who หารายได้เสริมด้วยเกมสล็อต เกมทำเงินยุคใหม่ worked teaching handicrafts, were breadwinners for their
family. Earlier this week the sisters were killed by gunmen in a former Pakistani tribal area where militancy is once more on the rise.
Their brother Javed Khan's voice was hoarse with grief as he told the BBC what happened.
"We loved them. They brought hope and joy to our family. They left happily on Monday morning but later in the day we received their
Ayesha was married with a four-month-old baby girl. Irshad was unmarried.
The attack took place in broad daylight in the village of Ipi near Mir Ali, one of the main towns in North Waziristan near the border
The two sisters were among four women at an empowerment project who were shot dead by masked men as they were driving
through the village. A fifth female activist survived unhurt, while the male driver of the van who took them to the village was injured.