On the outskirts of the Pakistani twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, several makeshift amusement parks have arisen as places where children are free to laugh, play, and enjoy their youth with their friends and family.
The neighborhoods that these parks are built in house thousands of refugees who have fled homes from regional conflict. But for less than 5 cents per ride, these children are free to do what they do best — be kids.
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