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January 08, 2007
Fifteen-year-old Akram (R) sits at the Edhi Welfare Centre in Karachi December 28, 2006. Breathing in...
Karachi, Pakistan
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Fifteen-year-old Akram (R) sits at the Edhi Welfare Centre in Karachi December 28, 2006. Breathing in fumes from glue-soaked rags and glue-filled plastic bags is a daily ritual of the more than 14,000 street kids who live rough on the streets of Pakistan's biggest city. The welfare centre provides shelter, medical help and food to street children and runs a detoxification programme for those hooked on glue sniffing. Picture taken December 28, 2006. To match feature PAKISTAN-STREETCHILDREN/ REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)
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