Following major disasters, there's often a strong sense of identification with the people that have been affected. After 9/11 for example, Americans felt that they were all New Yorkers. Now in the wake of devastating floods that have left millions displaced in Pakistan, reporter Madiha Tahir looks at whether Pakistanis who have not been affected by the flooding are feeling the same way.
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