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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Samina Waseem
Bodies are piling up in Pakistan's largest city as it suffers one of its most violent years in history, and concern is growing that the chaos is giving greater cover for the Taliban to operate and undermining the country's economic epicenter.
Samina Waseem says her son Aatir, 21, went out on May 22 to get his phone fixed.