Pass on the roof of the world reopens


Kashmiri porters on horseback travel past walls of snow along the newly reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile-long highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
Kashmiri porters on horseback travel past walls of snow along the newly reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile-long highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

Kashmiri porters on horseback travel past walls of snow along the newly 
reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of 
Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile-long highway was opened for the 
season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, 
some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects 
Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist 
destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and 
mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
Kashmiri porters on horseback travel past walls of snow along the newly reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile-long highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

Vehicles ply the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
Vehicles ply the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

Kashmiri porters with their horses look on from the newly reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila Pass, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-milehighway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
Kashmiri porters with their horses look on from the newly reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila Pass, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-milehighway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

A vehicle plies the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
A vehicle plies the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

An Indian soldier keeps watch along the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
An Indian soldier keeps watch along the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

Military vehicles ply the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-milehighway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
Military vehicles ply the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-milehighway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
A snow clearing vehicle cuts through snowdrifts at the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
A snow clearing vehicle cuts through snowdrifts at the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

Chief commander of India's Srinagar-based 15 Army Corps Signals Syed Ata Hasnain flags off vehicles departing on the newly-reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
Chief commander of India's Srinagar-based 15 Army Corps Signals Syed Ata Hasnain flags off vehicles departing on the newly-reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

An Indian Army jeep plies the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
An Indian Army jeep plies the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

An Indian Army truck plies the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
An Indian Army truck plies the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapesand mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP


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Pass on the roof of the world reopens

Kashmiri porters on horseback travel past walls of snow along the newly reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile-long highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
Kashmiri porters on horseback travel past walls of snow along the newly reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile-long highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

Kashmiri porters on horseback travel past walls of snow along the newly 
reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of 
Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile-long highway was opened for the 
season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, 
some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects 
Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist 
destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and 
mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
Kashmiri porters on horseback travel past walls of snow along the newly reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile-long highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

Vehicles ply the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
Vehicles ply the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

Kashmiri porters with their horses look on from the newly reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila Pass, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-milehighway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
Kashmiri porters with their horses look on from the newly reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila Pass, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-milehighway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

A vehicle plies the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
A vehicle plies the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

An Indian soldier keeps watch along the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
An Indian soldier keeps watch along the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

Military vehicles ply the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-milehighway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
Military vehicles ply the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-milehighway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
A snow clearing vehicle cuts through snowdrifts at the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
A snow clearing vehicle cuts through snowdrifts at the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

Chief commander of India's Srinagar-based 15 Army Corps Signals Syed Ata Hasnain flags off vehicles departing on the newly-reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
Chief commander of India's Srinagar-based 15 Army Corps Signals Syed Ata Hasnain flags off vehicles departing on the newly-reopened Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

An Indian Army jeep plies the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
An Indian Army jeep plies the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP

An Indian Army truck plies the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapes and mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP
An Indian Army truck plies the Srinagar-Leh highway in Zojila, about 67 miles east of Srinagar, on Wednesday. The 275-mile highway was opened for the season by Indian Army authorities after remaining snow at Zojila Pass, some 11,581 feet above sea level, had been cleared. The pass connects Kashmir with the Buddhist-dominated Ladakh region, a famous tourist destination among foreign tourists for its monasteries, landscapesand mountains. AFP PHOTO/Tauseef MUSTAFA Photo: TAUSEEF MUSTAFA, AFP/Getty Images / 2012 AFP


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