Photo: A boy helps at a stand selling potatoes and leafy produce at Karachi's Sunday Bazaar. http://to.pbs.org/JhqggW
Photo: One of the main attractions of Karachi's Sunday Bazaar is its many book stands, where shoppers can find anything from dogeared classics to the latest in the Twilight vampire series. http://to.pbs.org/JhqggW
Photo: In a country that only several years ago switched over from a military to civilian rule, and is still struggling with a battling militancy and to provide basic public services, the social fabric of Pakistan remains strong. http://to.pbs.org/JhqggW
Photo: People go to a bridge in Karachi called "Native Jetty" to jump to their deaths. Others frequent the same spot to toss dough balls into the water for luck. This juxtaposition of hope and despair is just one of the contrasts in Karachi -- and in Pakistan as a whole. http://to.pbs.org/JhqggW
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In a country that only several years ago switched over from a military to civilian rule, and is still struggling with a battling militancy and to provide basic public services, the social fabric of Pakistan remains strong. http://to.pbs.org/JhqggW
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