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Pakistan floods: Nearly one million affected

24 August 2013 Last updated at 19:25 BST

Two weeks after the start of the floods in Pakistan, large parts of the country are still under water.

The floods have affected nearly one million people and washed away roads and bridges.

Tens of thousands have been forced to leave their homes and are scrambling to save their families and belongings along the river banks in Punjab and Sindh provinces.

The BBC's Shahzeb Jillani visited the flood-affected areas near the city of Multan in Southern Punjab.

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