Five million lives at risk after Pakistan floods, says UN

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The United Nations says more than five million people are struggling to survive without adequate food, water or shelter in Pakistan after the recent floods.

Aid organisations are warning that essential supplies are dwindling due to lack of donations and that the sluggish international response could cost lives.

Orla Guerin reports from Sindh - the worst affected province.

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