People in southern Pakistan face yet more devastation after record floods, blamed on climate change, submerged a third of the country, killing more than 1,100 people.
A surge of water is now flowing down the Indus river, threatening communities in southern Sindh province.
Local officials say 1.2 million people have been displaced in Dadu district in Sindh, where hundreds of villages are submerged, with mudslides and flood waters travelling down from the mountains towards villages in the area.
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