Karachi Vice: Chronicling crime and corruption in Pakistan’s largest city

Journalist Samira Shackle documents the lives of five individuals in this unruly and often dangerous metropolis that is home to 20 million people

14th March, 2021
Karachi Vice: Chronicling crime and corruption in Pakistan’s largest city
People wearing face masks in Karachi, a teeming city where criminal elements and political figures are often two sides of the same coin. Picture: Getty

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Karachi Vice: Life and Death in a Contested City

By Samira Shackle

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