Daniel Toole of Unicef
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Unicef says Pakistan flood aid 'not enough'

Daniel Toole of Unicef has described the flooding in Pakistan as ''probably the biggest emergency on the planet today'' and added that food aid reaching people was ''not enough''.

Six million people are in need of immediate assistance, UN officials have said.

Extra emergency aid funds have been pledged to help more than 20 million people affected by the disaster.

  • 17 Aug 2010
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