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Buried in Pakistan

People lie buried in sand up to their chests and necks during a partial solar eclipse at Karachi's Clifton beach. People, mostly children, with disabilities were buried chest-deep during the partial solar eclipse on Tuesday as part of a traditional superstition that it would bring healing to their bodies.
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