Pakistan: With climate change, villagers become strangers in their own land

International Herald Tribune: When Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai first said that a time would come when the fishing community would dwell along the mighty Indus River but still die of hunger, it was merely a couplet. Today fishermen living in one of the hundreds of villages in the Indus Delta have truly understood what the great saint meant to say. Nearly three hundred families living in Kharo Chan village - which in Sindhi language means ‘bitter jetty’ -- have bitter memories to share. Allah Din, a farmer, said, “There was......

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