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PORTRAITS IN PAKISTAN

A photographer from the United Arab Emirates travelled to Pakistan where he captured the lives of local people in a series of expressive portraits. Sohail Karmani, 48, spent two weeks in Sahiwal, a city in the province of Punjab, where more than 60 per cent of the population live on as little as £1.30 a day. Sohail, a writing professor at New York University Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates, hopes his portraits will provide a snapshot of how people are coping in a world of poverty. He says: 'I hope my photos raise some awareness by putting a human face on the everyday struggles many Pakistanis face.

PUMPKIN BOBBING FOR SAF...

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BRANDED BY VICIOUS BOYF...

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IT'S A WATERING CAN-VAS

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GRAVEYARDS FROM AROUND ...

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PET DOG WITH CANCER LEF...

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PHILEAS FROG: KERMIT'S ...

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HAVING A HOOT: BABY OWL...

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EXERCISING OTTERS

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THE POP-UP HOTEL RETURN...

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PLAYFUL MANATEE

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