Monsoon rains threaten to worsen Pakistan’s flood crisis

Associated Press: Pakistani authorities evacuated people living alongside expanding rivers today as forecasts predicted further heavy rain that could worsen the country's flood crisis. Officials estimate that as many as 13 million people have been affected by the worst flooding in the country's 63-year history. About 1,500 people have died, most of them in the north-west, the hardest-hit region. Monsoon rains began about two weeks agoand have washed away roads, bridges and many communications ......

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