Pakistan floods... you can't get home from here
photo Nahlah Ayed.
The CBC's Nahlah Ayed was in Pakistan at the crest of the monsoon flooding, Her experience left her with memories almost too painful to describe.
She also wrote an essay for cbc.ca about the long and short of the generosity Canada claims to be showing toward the victims.
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