Pakistan floods: no comfort in Karachi
16 November 2012
When Pakistan was engulfed in last August’s fatal floods, thousands of people had to flee with nothing more than what they were wearing and what they could gather. Over 60,000 found their way to Karachi. There they have been housed in ‘refugee camps’ that are actually apartment blocks
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