Up to 3.5m Pakistan children at risk of flood diseases

In Pakistan there is huge concern about the spread of disease following the massive floods there.

The UN say as many as 3.5 million children are at risk from water-borne illnesses.

At least 1600 people have died in the floods.

But officials are now warning of a second wave of deaths following the flooding which has affected some 20 million people and spread from the northern tip of the country right down to the south.

Mike Wooldridge reports from Islamabad.

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