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The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic A shipyard worker washes himself at the end of his shift next to one of the 127 ship-breaking plots in Gaddani on July 10, 2012. (Roberto Schmidt/AFP/GettyImages)

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic A shipyard worker washes himself at the end of his shift next to one of the 127 ship-breaking plots in Gaddani on July (Roberto Schmidt/AFP/GettyImages)

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic A shipyard worker climbs down from the metal carcass of a ship at the end of his shift in one of the 127 ship-breaking plots in Gaddani on July 9, 2012. (Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images)

The Ship Breakers

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic A shipyard worker climbs down from the metal carcass of a ship at the end of his shift in one of the 127 ship-breaking plots in Gaddani on July (Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images)

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic Laborers pull an iron rope before separating a portion of a ship into scrap metal at Gaddani ship breaking yard, on November 25, 2011. (Reuters/Akhtar Soomro)

The Ship Breakers

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic Laborers pull an iron rope before separating a portion of a ship into scrap metal at Gaddani ship breaking yard, on November (Reuters/Akhtar Soomro)

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic Laborers climb up an iron chain and ladder to break down a ship for scrap metal at the Gaddani ship breaking yard in Pakistan on November 24, 2011. (Reuters/Akhtar Soomro)

The Ship Breakers

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic Laborers climb up an iron chain and ladder to break down a ship for scrap metal at the Gaddani ship breaking yard in Pakistan on November (Reuters/Akhtar Soomro)

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic Workers are seen through a cut part of a ship at a ship breaking yard in Chittagong, Bangladesh, on August 19, 2009. Bangladesh is dependent on ship breaking for its domestic steel requirements. (Reuters/Andrew Biraj)

The Ship Breakers

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic Workers are seen through a cut part of a ship at a ship breaking yard in Chittagong, Bangladesh, on August Bangladesh is dependent on ship breaking for its domestic steel requirements.

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic Workers smoke a cigarette during a break at a ship-breaking yard in Chittagong, Bangladesh, on July 16, 2013. (Reuters/Andrew Biraj)

The Ship Breakers

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic Workers smoke a cigarette during a break at a ship-breaking yard in Chittagong, Bangladesh, on July (Reuters/Andrew Biraj)

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic Laborers stand on a makeshift cable carriage which transports them onto a ship to separate it into scrap metal at Gaddani ship breaking yard on November 24, 2011. (Reuters/Akhtar Soomro)

The Ship Breakers

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic Laborers stand on a makeshift cable carriage which transports them onto a ship to separate it into scrap metal at Gaddani ship breaking yard on November (Reuters/Akhtar Soomro)

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic A laborer uses a gas blow torch to separate parts of a ship into scrap metal at the Gaddani ship breaking yard in Pakistan on November 25, 2011. (Reuters/Akhtar Soomro)

The Ship Breakers

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic A laborer uses a gas blow torch to separate parts of a ship into scrap metal at the Gaddani ship breaking yard in Pakistan on November (Reuters/Akhtar Soomro)

Shipbreakers

The Ship Breakers

The Ship Breakers - In Focus - The Atlantic Shipyard workers work to break apart the front end of a cargo vessel beached at one of the ship-breaking plots in Gaddani on July (Roberto Schmidt/AFP/GettyImages)

Roberto Schmidt

The Ship Breakers

From The Ship Breakers, a shipyard worker is enveloped in fumes coming off a separating wall he is cutting through with his blowtorch inside the hull of a ship being dismantled.

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