PESHAWAR -- The reopening of a hotel at the Malam Jabba Ski Resort, which the Taliban torched more than a decade ago, is adding the latest boost to tourism in Swat District, once a militant hotbed.
Situated in the scenic Swat Valley, the formerly state-run facility came under attack by militants June 26, 2008. They reduced much of it to ashes and killed three people.
With security restored in the area, the lodging underwent a complete makeover and has reopened as a five-star hotel at Pakistan's only ski resort.
The hotel has a total of 76 rooms including suites.
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About 70% of the population in tribal districts use radio as their primary medium for news