Rivers in central and south Pakistan burst their banks

More than 12m people have now been affected by the worst monsoon rains in 80 years as they continue to batter Pakistan.

The rivers in Sindh province are bursting their banks, and the authorities have issued warnings to those living in low-lying areas of the Indus river.

Orla Guerin reports from the Sindh valley.

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