SUKKUR, Pakistan - The call to prayer echoes through the tent village at dawn.
SUKKUR, Pakistan - Suhani Bunglani fans flies away from her two baby girls as one sleeps motionless while the other stares without blinking at the roof of their tent, her empty belly bulging beneath a green flowered shirt.
SUKKUR, Pakistan - As the disastrous floods recede in Pakistan, something new is rising: suspicions and rumors that powerful officials and landowners used their influence to divert water away from their property and inundate the villages and fields of millions of poor Pakistanis.
SUKKUR, Pakistan - Workers piled stones and sandbags to plug leaks in a levee protecting a southern Pakistani city Monday, as the floods that have destroyed homes, farmland and livelihoods moved slowly toward the sea.
SUKKUR, Pakistan - Authorities piled stones and sandbags to strengthen embankments protecting a city from rising waters in Pakistan on Monday as the floods moved slowly south after leaving thousands of square kilometers (miles) of destruction in their wake.
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- UN says millions without help in Pakistan floods
- Farmers bear brunt of Pakistan's deadly floods
- Pakistan flood survivors protest slow aid
- Pakistan warns of more floods as heavy rains fall
- Pakistan warns of more floods as millions affected
- UN chief: Pakistan floods worst he has ever seen
- UN chief appeals for aid in flood-hit Pakistan
- UN chief flies in to Pakistan as crisis worsens
- Cholera strikes amid Pakistani flood disaster
- No help for flood victims in southern Pakistan
- More rains hit flooded Pakistan, Islamists step up
- Storms ground relief choppers in Pakistan
- Pakistan says 12 million affected by floods
- Pakistan says 12 mln affected by floods
- Flood relief flights grounded in Pakistan
- Pakistan readies for more floods