Floodwaters Give New Life to Pakistani Class Dispute

NYT: Despite being flooded out of their homes and forced to camp on embankments, there is one community that is happy about Pakistan's worst floods in living memory. They are the fishermen of the Indus River delta, whose livelihoods have diminished over the years from a lack of water, and who welcome the sudden abundance. "It is a blessing," said Yar Ali Mallah, 21, who comes from a long line of fishermen living in the delta, at the southern end of Pakistan. "When good water comes, our ......

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