Snakes attack Pakistan flood victims


The International Red Cross has said up to two-and-a-half million people have been affected by devastating floods in north-west Pakistan.

Water levels are dropping in some areas, but more monsoon rains are forecast in the coming days.

Speaking from Pakistan, acting head of the World Health Organisation Dr Ahmed Farah Shadoul told the BBC that snakes had been attacking flood victims.

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