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Deadly Floods Sweep Pakistan

More than 440 people have been killed in recent days by floods in Pakistan and Indian-administered Kashmir amid the heaviest rains in 50 years. In Lahore, the roof of a mosque collapsed after days of rain – killing 24 worshippers inside. The embankment of a river in Pakistan’s Punjab Province has been breached by floodwaters, forcing the evacuation of 700,000 people from their homes.
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Workers from the Falah-e-Insaniyat Foundation, the relief wing of the banned Pakistan-based charity Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD), evacuate people to higher ground on the outskirts of Multan.
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Workers from the Falah-e-Insaniyat Foundation, the relief wing of the banned Pakistan-based charity Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD), evacuate people to higher ground on the outskirts of Multan.

A flooded house in Jhang, Punjab Province
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A flooded house in Jhang, Punjab Province

Pakistani Kashmiris look on beside a damaged house, eroded by floodwaters following heavy monsoon rain at Bagh, some 100 kilometers west of Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan-administrated Kashmir.
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Pakistani Kashmiris look on beside a damaged house, eroded by floodwaters following heavy monsoon rain at Bagh, some 100 kilometers west of Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan-administrated Kashmir.

Rescue workers and residents search for worshippers in the rubble of a collapsed mosque in Lahore. Twenty-four worshippers were killed when the roof collapsed after heavy rain.
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Rescue workers and residents search for worshippers in the rubble of a collapsed mosque in Lahore. Twenty-four worshippers were killed when the roof collapsed after heavy rain.

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