epa02276726 Flood victims jostle for food distributed by Army helicopters in flooded areas near Muzaffargarh in the southern Punjab province, Pakistan, 07 August 2010. More than 1,500 people across Pakistan have been killed and hundreds of thousands stranded due to flash floods triggered by the ongoing spell of monsoon rains. The worst floods the country has faced in several decades washed away millions of hectares of crops, submerged villages and destroyed roads and bridges in the north-western province of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, parts of the Pakistan-administered Kashmir region and the eastern province of Punjab. EPA/MK CHAUDHRY
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