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Left: Heroin addicts shooting up on a public sidewalk in Karachi Above: Photographer James Nachtwey. (© James Nachtwey)
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Pakistan's agony

By James Nachtwey
April 25, 2004

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IN OCTOBER 2001, as American bombs were falling in Afghanistan, the photojournalist James Nachtwey was in neighboring Pakistan photographing anti-US demonstrations. While waiting to cross over the border, he also wanted to do a story that reflected "something concrete and real about the Taliban, beyond the daily propaganda of the demonstrations," he says. These photographs documenting the ravages of the ... (Full Article: 248 Words)

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