Searching for gold in Pakistan

Published August 20, 2011
Hameed scavenges for gold in drainage's at the gold market in Rawalpindi on August 19, 2011.
Hameed scavenges for gold in drainage's at the gold market in Rawalpindi on August 19, 2011.
Hameed walks through a gold market.
Hameed walks through a gold market.
Waqas scavenges for gold.
Waqas scavenges for gold.
Waqas scavenges for gold.
Waqas scavenges for gold.
Waqas scavenges for gold.
Waqas scavenges for gold.
Waqas scavenges for gold.
Waqas scavenges for gold.

The price of gold hit a record high above $1,863 an ounce in Asia as demand for the safe haven investment rose on resurgent worries about a possible new recession for the global economy. - Photos by AFP

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