What happened next? Pakistan floods

Guardian: With three million people affected by the floods in Pakistan during the first week of August, it was hard to imagine what pundits and experts meant when they said the disaster was only in its initial stages. Over the next month, as the flood waters moved down the length (and to some extent, along the breadth) of the country, the unimaginable unfolded. Twenty-one million people were made homeless, one-fifth of the nation was submerged, an estimated 17 million acres of the most fertile arable land......

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