Climate victim.

The ancient city of Mohenjo Daro is the unlikely victim of record-breaking heat waves engulfing Pakistan, where temperatures reached a high of 126 degrees Fahrenheit in May, Arab News reports.

High temperatures are causing the unbaked bricks at this UNESCO World Heritage site to melt and crumble. I wonder if other similarly dated ruins in the vicinity are suffering the same fate.

Amena H. Saiyid

Washington D.C. Correspondent