John Moore: Pakistan
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A Pakistani policeman stands vigil during the spring Joshi festival of the polytheistic Kalash tribe, May 15, 2008, in the remote Chitral village of Rumbur in northwestern Pakistan. The Kalash people, who number about 4,000, claim to be descendants of Alexander the Great and worship their own gods. The tiny minority group, in a Muslim nation of more than 165 million people, holds the annual Joshi spring festival to bring good crops and honey to its agricultural communities.