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A fishing family casts-off from the jetty in the coastal village of Dabla Mohalla Rarri. Hundreds of local fishing communities in Pakistan are suffering hardship due to the presence of deep-sea trawlers from the Far East. The Pakistani government's policy of opening up its waters to transnational fleets and the liberalisation of the global fishing trade are depleting fish stocks and forcing local residents out of their traditional livelihoods.