Cataclysmic floods in Pakistan kill 1,100, including 380 children
Torrential rains and flooding have submerged a third of Pakistan and killed more than 1,100 people, including 380 children as the United Nations appealed for aid on Tuesday for what it described as an "unprecedented climate catastrophe."
UN and Pakistan appeal for $160m to help flooding victims
Call for emergency funding as nearly half a million people displaced and estimated $10bn damage to economyThe United Nations and Pakistan are to appeal for $160m (£135m) in emergency funding for the nearly half a million people displaced by record-breaking floods that have killed more than 1,150 people since mid-June.Large areas remain underwater and more than 33 million people, or one in seven Pakistanis, have been affected by the floods. Rescu…
'Today, it's Pakistan. Tomorrow, it could be your country,' UN chief says in appeal for $160M US in flood aid
The United Nations and Pakistan issued an appeal Tuesday for more than $160 million US in emergency funding to help millions affected by record-breaking floods that have killed more than 1,150 people since mid-June.
"Burning With Pain": Devastating Pak Floods Trigger Major Health Crisis
Pakistan Floods: At a charity clinic in a southern Pakistani village, dozens of people affected by relentless rains and floods crowd around the door waiting to talk to a volunteer doctor.