Photograph by Randy Olson
Turning a visitor's eye on his hometown, a local shares his unique view of a bustling city.
The province of Punjab is prosperous, populous—and a Taliban target.
Sixty years after its founding as a homeland for India's Muslims, Pakistan straddles the fault line between moderate and militant Islam.
Numbing cold, gale-force winds, avalanches, frostbite. Why risk your neck on Pakistan's Nanga Parbat in the middle of winter? Ask Polish climbers.
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