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The first group of 50 Ground Self-Defense Force members arrived Sunday in Multan, Pakistan, to help people devastated by the recent major flooding. The first team, primarily from the 4th Division of the Western Army based in Kasuga, Fukuoka
Islamabad: a senor united nation official called upon international community to step its response for flood in Pakistan as situation is worsening. Louis-George Arsenault, director of emergency operations
By Asmatullah Niazi Islamabad: as the flood water moves south leaving behind more and more cases of water born diseases. The worst flood of the decade which is covering one-fifth of the
More than 20 million have been affected by Pakistan's worst flood ever. According to the UN almost eight million people are in urgent need of assistance. A total of seventy countries including India, Germany, USA, Britain, Iran and etc. have
The UK-based charity organisation-Islamic Mission- has so far raised 350,000 pounds in response to its appeal for the Pakistani flood victims and said its volunteers are engaged in providing succour to affected persons across the country. Al-Khidmat
ISLAMABAD – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today estimates that it requires at least 40 additional heavy-lift helicopters in Pakistan to reach the huge number of people cut off from land
Islamabad: latest reports received from sindh province said that the protected dyke of Shahdad Kot city has been broken and flood water is heading towards the city. 90 % of the papulation has already left the city fearing flood water.
The Harper government will announce Sunday it will match donations by Canadians to flood relief in Pakistan, Postmedia News has learned. Government House leader John Baird is holding a news conference in Ottawa at which he will confirm the government'
Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Friday said the government would not sit idle till complete rehabilitation of all flood victims. Addressing flood affectees at Sadiqabad and Jamal Din Wali tent villages, the Prime Minister said the
The United States government has increased aid to flood-ravaged Pakistan to $150 million According to Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton,as many people as possible are aimed to be helped and protected as the rain