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Aid efforts ramp up as Pakistan flood death toll rises to 1,300
Unprecedented extreme weather in Pakistan is taking its toll on citizens, with a third of the country underwater.
Pakistan appeals for 'immense' aid with '33M people' hit by flooding
Pakistan appealed to the international community on Saturday for an “immense humanitarian response”, after catastrophic flooding which has affected 33 million people.
UNHCR says more aid needed in Pakistan affected by catastrophic floods
The UN refugee agency is mobilising resources and staff to scale up its assistance in Pakistan to support local communities and refugees in areas devastated by the floods.
Pakistan floods death toll surges past 1,200
Pakistani authorities on Friday warned people in devastated southern Sindh province to move to safer places before more floodwater from the swollen Indus river is expected to hit the region this week.
Pakistan ambassador to EU calls for international help with floods
Asad Majeed Khan added that the situation now is just the 'tip of the iceberg' in an interview with Euronews.
Pakistan victims walk for hours due to dilapidated infrastructure
Due to the heavy damage to the infrastructure of the flood in Pakistan, those in need walk for hours to reach the aid.
Humanitarian medical centre welcomes flood victims in Pakistan
A humanitarian medical centre is providing care for the growing number of victims of the floods that are affecting large parts of Pakistan
One-third of Pakistan underwater after 'apocalyptic' floods
"Right now, one-third of Pakistan is underwater and 33 million are affected. This is a huge humanitarian disaster and I would call it quite apocalyptic."
Displaced Pakistanis are distraught after the floods.
Exhausted villagers in southern Pakistan stand in front of their flooded homes as their possessions and livelihoods are washed away..
Pakistan floods: A thousand dead, millions impacted by disaster
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has called for international aid as the country struggles to cope.
Theatre brings voices of partition to life 75 years later
The legacy of the British partition of India lives on 75 years later. A new play in London inspects the impact of that legacy through verbatim performances.
Pakistan: Evacuated residents await help after deadly floods
Evacuees from Zajanpur and Sukkur, Pakistan, wait for help after deadly floods caused by record monsoon rains.
Heavy rains trigger flash floods in Sindh province
After soaking much of Pakistan's southwestern Baluchistan and eastern Punjab province, flash floods have now started to affect the southern Sindh province.
Pakistan: Flash floods leave Quetta residents homeless
Flash floods caused by an unusually heavy monsoon have killed nearly 800 people across Pakistan since mid-June.
“We didn't come to Britain from the outside. We came from the inside."
“We didn't come to Britain from the outside. We came from the inside." India and Pakistan's independence is a chance for Britain to reflect on the legacy of colonialism.
Guards at India-Pakistan border perform ceremony on independence anniversary
Pakistani and Indian border guards take part in a daily ceremony at the Wagah border post as Pakistan celebrates the 75th anniversary of its independence.
Karachi among the world's most unlivable cities
The pungent smell of rubbish wafts through Karachi's streets.
Long-eared kid takes Pakistan by storm
A kid goat with extraordinarily long ears has become something of a media star in Pakistan, with its owner claiming a world record that may or may not exist.
In Pakistan, cows hoisted from rooftop ahead of Eid al-Adha
Cows are lifted by a crane from the roof of a building in preparation for Eid al-Adha, or the "Feast of Sacrifice," in the city of Karachi, Pakistan
Traditional bullfighting in Pakistan
Traditional bullfighting was held in Rawalpindi, Pakistan with the participation of over 100 farmers.