Xinhua: People have been busy celebrating the annual Muslim festival of Eid-ul-Fitr in Pakistan’s southwest city of Taftan except the family of one local taxi driver Muhammad Azam who was killed along with Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansoor in a U.S. drone strike on May 21 this year in Pakistan. “It’s the first Eid after his (Azam’s) death. We feel joyless and there is no excitement. People are going to each other’s houses to exchange greetings, but they are visiting our’s to express their condolences. Americans have destroyed the lives of Azam’s wife and four children,” Muhammad Qasim, Azam’s grieving elder brother, told Xinhua recently via telephone from Taftan. Click here to read more (external link).