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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Gul Mohmand
In a part of Pakistan where guns are everywhere, 17 young people armed only with cameras are determined to change how the world thinks about their homeland.
"Through my photographs, I want to focus on women's education," she said.
"Photographs are the best way to get my message across," she said. "If I show a photograph to an illiterate person, even he will understand what I am trying to convey."