A Pakistani man looks for shelter during a heavy rain shower in Islamabad, 25 June 2007. Trucks carrying aid rolled into Karachi on 25 June after the death toll from violent storms and flooding along Pakistan's Arabian Sea coast rose to at least 235 people, officials said. Authorities have launched a major relief operation in affected areas of the sprawling port city of 12 million people following devastating rain and strong winds, Karachi mayor Mustafa Kamal said. By Farooq Naeem/AFP/Getty.

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