Pakistan floods aid dwindling

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Aid agencies are warning that the sluggish international response to the flooding in southern Pakistan could cost more lives.

The United Nations says more than five million people, mainly in Sindh province, are struggling to survive without adequate food, water or shelter.

But aid organisations say essential supplies are dwindling due to lack of donations.

Orla Guerin reports.

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