100,000 Children at Risk in Pakistan, Sindh Flooding Continues

5 more villages were drowned in Sindh on Monday, and more people were cut off from the outside world by waters splashing down from a full lake that could well overflow and wreak yet more damage on Sindh Province.

Iran’s PressTV has video:

Meanwhile, UNICEF is warning that 100,000 children made homeless by the floods are in danger of starving to death for lack of food.

Please donate via Oxfam America for urgent Pakistan relief work.

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  1. There are a stream of reports that we have effectively abandoned the Pakistanis.

    link to democracynow.org

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