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May 17, 2022 
Farmer Waderi, 17, fans her one-month-old son Amar Kumar during a heatwave, at home, on the outskirts... 
Jacobabad, Pakistan 
The Wider Image: In hottest city on Earth, mothers bear brunt of climate change 
Farmer Waderi, 17, fans her one-month-old son Amar Kumar during a heatwave, at home, on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakistan, May 17, 2022. Last month Jacobabad became the hottest city on Earth. Women are especially vulnerable to rising temperatures in poor countries on the frontlines of climate change because many have little choice but to work through their pregnancies and soon after giving birth, according to interviews with more than a dozen female residents in the Jacobabad area as well as half a dozen development and human rights experts. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro SEARCH "SOOMRO PAKISTAN JACOBABAD" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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