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  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 11/02

    US Sen. John McCain (R) of Arizona and his wife, Cindy McCain, address the media as they leave a polling station in Phoenix as Apollo, a dog owned by McCain's son Jimmy, licks the camera.

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  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 11/02

    US Sen. John McCain (R) of Arizona and his wife, Cindy McCain, address the media as they leave a polling station in Phoenix as Apollo, a dog owned by McCain's son Jimmy, licks the camera.

  • Biggest hurdle to Pakistan flood recovery: Wealthy landowners

    Biggest hurdle to Pakistan flood recovery: Wealthy landowners

    The absence Pakistan’s landowners, who use their money and influence to gain seats in parliament, highlights deep social divisions going back to independence.

  • Pakistan floods test defenses for southern cities

    Pakistan floods test defenses for southern cities

    Pakistan floods, which began nearly a month ago, have destroyed or damaged 1.2 million homes and affected 17.2 million people. 'The floods are outrunning our relief efforts. We move faster and faster, but the finish line keeps moving further ahead,' U.N. spokesman Maurizio Giuliano said.

  • Pakistan floods: How new networks of Pakistanis are mobilizing to help

    Pakistan floods: How new networks of Pakistanis are mobilizing to help

    Pakistan flood aid is coming from new quarters as educated Pakistanis raise funds and distribute aid directly to victims of the flood. Activist networks have sprung up as the middle class has become more prosperous and organized.

  • In Pictures Pakistan floods

    The flood-damaged countryside in Ghazi, Pakistan, is seen on Aug. 5. The United States announced an additional $20 million to help Pakistani flood victims amid growing concern over the political, economic, and security ramifications of the disaster. The new aid brought to $55 million the amount of funds committed by Washington so far to flood relief efforts in Pakistan, along with US military helicopters that have been airlifting survivors trapped by the worst floods in 80 years.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 08/04

    A 'monkey man' hat rests on top of a mortar at a Canadian Army combat outpost near the village of Salavat, in the Panjway district west of Kandahar, Afghanistan, on Wednesday.