Residents assist a handicapped man while escaping to higher ground from their flooded village in the Mirpur Khas
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Taking refuge from Pakistan floods in Sindh province

More than six million people have been affected by widespread flooding in southern Pakistan, aid agencies have said.

Some areas of Pakistan could be submerged by floodwater for up to six months, according to the UN's refugee agency.

The BBC's Aleem Maqbool reports from Mirpur Khas, one of the worst affected areas in Sindh province.

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