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Scorching Summer Temperatures Bring Worst Heat to Pakistan

World | Reuters | May 29, 2018, 4:28 pm
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 A man cools off in a stream as temperatures reached 38 C (100 F) in Islamabad, Pakistan. (Image: AP)

A man cools off in a stream as temperatures reached 38 C (100 F) in Islamabad, Pakistan. (Image: AP)

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 A boy reacts as he receives a spray of cold water, to avoid the intense heatwave, at a stall, setup by a social welfare organization in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

A boy reacts as he receives a spray of cold water, to avoid the intense heatwave, at a stall, setup by a social welfare organization in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

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 Residents cool off from the heatwave, as they are sprayed with water jetting out from a leaking water pipeline in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

Residents cool off from the heatwave, as they are sprayed with water jetting out from a leaking water pipeline in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

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 A man reacts as he receives a spray of cold water, to avoid the intense heatwave, at a stall, setup by a social welfare organization in Karachi. (Image: Reuters)

A man reacts as he receives a spray of cold water, to avoid the intense heatwave, at a stall, setup by a social welfare organization in Karachi. (Image: Reuters)

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 Men and children cool off from the heatwave, as they are sprayed with water jetting out from a leaking water pipeline in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

Men and children cool off from the heatwave, as they are sprayed with water jetting out from a leaking water pipeline in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

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 Residents sleep on a building pavement, to escape heat and frequent power outage in their residence area Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

Residents sleep on a building pavement, to escape heat and frequent power outage in their residence area Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

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 Pakistanis cool off in a stream as temperatures reached 38 C (100 F) in Islamabad, Pakistan. (Image: AP)

Pakistanis cool off in a stream as temperatures reached 38 C (100 F) in Islamabad, Pakistan. (Image: AP)

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 A mother holds her child, covered with a towel to avoid sunlight, during a heatwave in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

A mother holds her child, covered with a towel to avoid sunlight, during a heatwave in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

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 A mother holds her child, covered with a towel to avoid sunlight, during a heatwave in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

A mother holds her child, covered with a towel to avoid sunlight, during a heatwave in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

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 A man cools off with a public tap, during a heatwave in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

A man cools off with a public tap, during a heatwave in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

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 Residents sleep on a pavement to escape heat and frequent power outages in their residential area in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

Residents sleep on a pavement to escape heat and frequent power outages in their residential area in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

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 A man cools off with a shower, setup at the premises of the Dr. Ruth K. M. Pfau Civil Hospital, during a heatwave in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

A man cools off with a shower, setup at the premises of the Dr. Ruth K. M. Pfau Civil Hospital, during a heatwave in Karachi, Pakistan. (Image: Reuters)

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