These images capture life in the hottest city on Earth

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One boy bathes while another draws water from a hand pump, near a buffalo sitting in the mud to cool off, during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan.

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Women and children wash themselves after work at a muskmelon farm, during a heatwave, at a hand pump on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakistan.

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Cobbler Fazal Mohammad, 40, repairs a sandal as he sits in front of an air-cooler during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan.

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These images capture life in the hottest city on Earth

Heavily Pregnant, Sonari, collects muskmelons during a heatwave, at a farm on the outskirts of Jacobabad, Pakistan.

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These images capture life in the hottest city on Earth

Rubina, 35, prepares food for her family during a heatwave, at home in Jacobabad, Pakistan.

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These images capture life in the hottest city on Earth

Razia, 25, and her six-month-old daughter Tamanna, sit in front of a fan to cool off during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan.

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These images capture life in the hottest city on Earth

People in a rickshaw carry a solar panel, during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan.

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These images capture life in the hottest city on Earth

Chaneser, 45, is reflected in a mirror of a tractor trolly, as he takes a break from work, during a heatwave, at a brick kiln factory in Jacobabad.

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These images capture life in the hottest city on Earth

Rehmat, 30, helps Razia, 25, bathe her six-month-old daughter Tamanna to cool off during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan.

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These images capture life in the hottest city on Earth

A woman drinks a plum and tamarind drink to cool off during a heatwave, in Jacobabad, Pakistan.

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