Audio slideshow: Pakistan floods tragedy

Two months after floods devastated Pakistan, millions are still suffering. BBC correspondent Aleem Maqbool and cameraman Bhasker Solanki travelled more than 2,000km along the River Indus following the course of the disaster.

From Swat in the north to Sindh in the south, they found an overwhelming diversity of problems - from massive infrastructure damage to individuals struggling simply to find food.

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Music by Ustad Amjad Ali Khan (Sarod). Words by Aleem Maqbool. Photographed and produced by Bhasker Solanki. Publication date 7 October 2010.

For more on this story see the BBC's Pakistan floods special report.

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