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Pakistan Flood 2010

Floodwaters Still Crippling Pakistan
Pakistan continues to be inundated by flooding and suffering.

In the third month of the worst flooding in the country's history, nearly 17 million acres of prime agricultural land still lie underwater, their potential for producing food growing dimmer with each passing day.

Aid Pouring in to Waterlogged Pakistan
Aid has begun to pour in to Pakistan, which is still reeling in the wake of staggering amounts of rain and homelessness in the wake of the worst monsoon precipitation in nearly a century.

Pakistan: Rains Let Up, Aid Still Lagging
The rains have eased across Pakistan, but aid is still slow in coming, according to the Pakistani government and international authorities.

Monsoon Flooding Overruns Relief Efforts in Pakistan
The rain keeps falling on Pakistan, as the country reels from some of the worst monsoons in nearly a century. Millions of people have been left homeless, hundreds of thousands of homes have been damaged or destroyed, and the death toll has topped 1,600.

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