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Pakistan’s biggest city had heavy rains, bad drainage and a garbage problem — and now, bugs are everywhere.
Teams of women and girls are among numerous cycle groups increasingly to be seen on the streets.
The anonymous group of women prepare their regional specialties for hungry customers in Jordan.
Influencers from Amman to Dubai have adopted show-all, tell-all lives with a fevered passion, ushering in a new kind of celebrity culture in a region where women’s thoughts and wardrobe choices are often kept private. These are the women snapping their way to social change. Read here.
In a town Pakistan is trying to wipe off its map, a people targeted by the right wing are trying to play cricket
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