2010 Flash flood: Pakistan

In pictures: Pakistan floods sweep south
8 August 2010 Last updated at 08:29 GMT
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Aerial view of flood-hit Pakistan
English.news.cn   2010-09-10 07:32:40
Editor: Deng Shasha

Photo taken on Sept. 9, 2010 shows an aerial view of flooded area in Thatta, one of the worst-hit regions in Pakistan. Pakistan has suffered a worst-ever monsoon flooding since late July, which has killed 1,754 people and left millions homeless, said a government report Tuesday. (Xinhua/Yuan Man)

Photo taken on Sept. 9, 2010 shows an aerial view of flooded area in Thatta, one of the worst-hit regions in Pakistan. Pakistan has suffered a worst-ever monsoon flooding since late July, which has killed 1,754 people and left millions homeless, said a government report Tuesday. (Xinhua/Yuan Man)

Photo taken on Sept. 9, 2010 shows an aerial view of flooded area in Thatta, one of the worst-hit regions in Pakistan. Pakistan has suffered a worst-ever monsoon flooding since late July, which has killed 1,754 people and left millions homeless, said a government report Tuesday. (Xinhua/Yuan Man)

Photo taken on Sept. 9, 2010 shows an aerial view of flooded area in Thatta, one of the worst-hit regions in Pakistan. Pakistan has suffered a worst-ever monsoon flooding since late July, which has killed 1,754 people and left millions homeless, said a government report Tuesday. (Xinhua/Yuan Man)

Photo taken on Sept. 9, 2010 shows an aerial view of flooded area in Thatta, one of the worst-hit regions in Pakistan. Pakistan has suffered a worst-ever monsoon flooding since late July, which has killed 1,754 people and left millions homeless, said a government report Tuesday. (Xinhua/Yuan Man)

Photo taken on Sept. 9, 2010 shows an aerial view of flooded area in Thatta, one of the worst-hit regions in Pakistan. Pakistan has suffered a worst-ever monsoon flooding since late July, which has killed 1,754 people and left millions homeless, said a government report Tuesday. (Xinhua/Yuan Man)
Photo taken on Sept. 9, 2010 shows an aerial view of flooded area in Thatta, one of the worst-hit regions in Pakistan. Pakistan has suffered a worst-ever monsoon flooding since late July, which has killed 1,754 people and left millions homeless, said a government report Tuesday. (Xinhua/Yuan Man)

Photo taken on Sept. 9, 2010 shows an aerial view of flooded area in Thatta, one of the worst-hit regions in Pakistan. Pakistan has suffered a worst-ever monsoon flooding since late July, which has killed 1,754 people and left millions homeless, said a government report Tuesday. (Xinhua/Yuan Man)

Photo taken on Sept. 9, 2010 shows an aerial view of flooded area in Thatta, one of the worst-hit regions in Pakistan. Pakistan has suffered a worst-ever monsoon flooding since late July, which has killed 1,754 people and left millions homeless, said a government report Tuesday. (Xinhua/Yuan Man)

Photo taken on Sept. 9, 2010 shows an aerial view of flooded area in Thatta, one of the worst-hit regions in Pakistan. Pakistan has suffered a worst-ever monsoon flooding since late July, which has killed 1,754 people and left millions homeless, said a government report Tuesday. (Xinhua/Yuan Man)

Photo taken on Sept. 9, 2010 shows an aerial view of flooded area in Thatta, one of the worst-hit regions in Pakistan. Pakistan has suffered a worst-ever monsoon flooding since late July, which has killed 1,754 people and left millions homeless, said a government report Tuesday. (Xinhua/Yuan Man)

Photo taken on Sept. 9, 2010 shows an aerial view of flooded area in Thatta, one of the worst-hit regions in Pakistan. Pakistan has suffered a worst-ever monsoon flooding since late July, which has killed 1,754 people and left millions homeless, said a government report Tuesday. (Xinhua/Yuan Man)

 

REFERENCE: http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/photo/2010-09/10/c_13487775.htm

 

 

 

 

 

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