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People displaced from floods, live in a temporary shelter in Mehmood Kot, near Muzaffargarh in Punjab province, Pakistan on 24 August 2010. Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari has warned that the country would need at least three years to recover
People displaced from floods, live in a school converted in to temporary shelter in Sukkur, Sindh province, Pakistan on 24 August 2010. Aid received for Pakistan flood victims is almost double the amount, topping 800 million dollars, requested by
By Asmatullah Niazi ISLAMABAD: many cities towns and villages have been cut by floods and making About 800,000 people reachable only by air, the United Nations said Tuesday. UN Says it needs at least 40
Trucks carrying United States military vehicles under blue tarpaulins were caught in a 50-kilometer traffic jam on the main motorway from the southern port of Karachi to the capital Islamabad at the weekend where floodwaters had broken the road and
Articles Pakistani and U.N. officials say that deadly water-borne and a number of other infectious diseases are on the rise among victims of the country's worst floods in history. As the country's president puts it, Pakistan could take years to
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Floods in Pakistan have destroyed the agricultural land area of 1.7 million hectares, thus disclosed Food Minister Nazar Muhammad Gondal Pakistan, Monday (23 / 8).Total food crop land in the country reached 23 million hectares. "
While you've been stressing over extra-long sheets and we've been hurriedly preparing you for another back-to-school season, the people of Pakistan have had an entirely different set of worries to contend with. 20 million of the country's citizens
The two sides met in Washington DC on Monday, where they were set to discuss the flooding and the scheduled release of the final instalment of a $10.66 billion loan extended by the IMF in 2008. The IMF has said the floods will present "a massive