Half a million people evacuated as Pakistan floods move south

Guardian: Floods sweeping south in Pakistan are threatening to destroy more villages and claim more lives as the number of people affected by the disaster rose to 4.5 million. Pakistani authorities have evacuated more than half a million people in the south of Sindh province in the light of the continued threat posed by the worst floods there in 80 years. A number of villages are already underwater in northern Sindh. "Monsoon rains continue to fall and at least 11 districts are at risk ......

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