Flood victims in Sehwan, Pakistan

Girls, who are victims of the floods play outside their tent during dusk at a relief camp set up by the Pakistani army in Sehwan, in the district of Jamshoro some 290 km (180 miles) from Karachi, in Pakistan's Sindh province September 26, 2010. The floods have killed more than 1,750 people, forced at least 10 million from their homes and caused lasting damage to the economy of Pakistan, a nuclear-armed country fighting homegrown Taliban insurgents which the U.S. regards as vital to efforts to stabilise Afghanistan.
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