People scrambling for aid packages
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Pakistan floods 'a catastrophe, that's no overstatement'

More than half a million people in Sindh in Pakistan have been told to leave their homes as heavy rains are causing rivers to flood causing devastation in the country.

Thousands have already been killed in the disaster.

BBC's Adam Mynott says that international aid cannot arrive too soon into the region.

  • 06 Aug 2010
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