Aid is handed out to desperate Pakistanis
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Southern Punjab still 'like an inland sea'

Hundreds of thousands of people in Pakistan are still being forced to leave their homes as the devastation from the heavy monsoon rains continues.

One of the worst affected areas is now Sindh province in the south where water levels are still rising.

Across the country, at least 4 million people have been left homeless.

The country's government said today that more than £500m has been raised so far for the relief effort.

In the Punjab region, water has started to recede leaving a trail of destruction.

Chris Morris reports.

  • 23 Aug 2010