Hunting rare birds in Pakistan to feed the sex drive of princes

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But security concerns in south-west Balochistan, where an armed separatist insurgency has raged for years, means it’s no longer safe to camp in the middle of nowhere. Royal family members now mostly stay in hotels or homes made to their liking, of the kind provided by Haji Hanif. From there, it’s a few minutes’ drive into the desert to hunt birds that have already been found by employees.

BBC News – World

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