Water-borne disease hits Pakistan after severe flooding

In southern Pakistan, floods continue to cause havoc with water surging from the province of Sindh to neighbouring Balochistan.

In the centre of the country entire towns and cities have been cut off.

In southern Pakistan, camps in Karachi and Hyderabad are preparing for an influx of 10 million refugees.

Pakistan's Foreign Minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi has warned of the danger of water-borne diseases.

In depth coverage: Pakistan floods

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