Pakistan fears that as U.S. troops leave Afghanistan, chaos and violence will surge, prompting a flood of border crossers. So officials are setting stricter rules for new arrivals and current settlers alike, and cracking down on refugee camps.
April 18, 2014 Warakai shields her face from flies as she sleeps outdoors on a rainy morning, days after her home in an Islamabad slum was bulldozed by the Pakistani government. More than 100 Afghan refugee families lived there, many for nearly three decades. Max Becherer/Polaris Images for The Washington Post Buy Photo