Last year's floods in Pakistan killed 2,000, left 11 million homeless and affected the lives of another 7 million. The country is still struggling to recover from $10 billion in damage to infrastructure, irrigation systems, bridges, houses and roads. Reuters award-winning photographer Adrees Latif traveled back to the affected region to document the changes over the year in this dramatic series of combination images. Read about how Adrees took these images here. 9 PHOTOS

I feel so sorry for the poor people of Pakistan. Not only nature is against them, but the most evil forces of their countrymen are massacring them on near daily basis too.

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