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Pakistani troops say they want to rebuild Waziristan, a corner of Pakistan that has become a hotbed of military activity, with financial help from the U.S. and others. But in order to do that, they insist U.S. drone strikes on the area must end. NBC’s Amna Nawaz was granted exclusive access to the region that had previously been off-limits to foreigners.