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  • Why Karachi is seething

    Why Karachi is seething

    Pakistan’s largest city, Karachi, is once again paralyzed by ethnic and political violence that over the past three days has killed at least 65 people. In the past year, an estimated 1,300 people have died in the fighting. Below, the Monitor answers four key questions about Karachi’s ongoing strife.

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  • Why Karachi is seething

    Why Karachi is seething

    Pakistan’s largest city, Karachi, is once again paralyzed by ethnic and political violence that over the past three days has killed at least 65 people. In the past year, an estimated 1,300 people have died in the fighting. Below, the Monitor answers four key questions about Karachi’s ongoing strife.

  • Ethnic violence paralyzes teeming Karachi

    Ethnic violence paralyzes teeming Karachi

    Over the past week, violence has flared in sprawling Karachi slums, killing nearly 100 people and bringing parts of the city to a standstill.