John Moore: Pakistan
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Mothers and children shield themselves during a sudden dust storm at the Joshi spring festival of the polytheistic Kalash tribe, May 15, 2008, in the remote Chitral village of Rumbur in northwestern Pakistan. The Kalesh are the remnants of the pre-Islamic culture called "Kafiristan," what the Muslims called "land of the unbelievers." They are connected to the rest of Pakistan by a single road, and lack phone service to the outside world.