A second wave of floodwaters have forced half a million people to flee their homes in the Pakistani city of Shadadkot.
Three weeks after the worst natural disaster in the country’s history affected the lives of 20 million people, much of the city in the southern Sindh province remains underwater.
The flooding, shown by the areas in yellow and orange covers an area the size of Italy.
Four million Pakistanias have been left homeless At least 1,600 people are known to have died.
But the World Health Organisation fears that toll could rise due to the increased risk water-borne diseases spreading
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