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Last Updated: Saturday, 12 February 2005, 09:27 GMT
In pictures: Pakistan flood misery

A journalist takes a picture of a flooded area in Aghor, some 270km west of Karachi.

Many parts of Pakistan are flooded after unusually heavy rains in the past week.

Rescue workers evacuate flood victims from their houses in Aghor, some 270km west of Karachi.

A burst dam in Balochistan province has affected more than 30,000 people. At least 80 have died.

Villagers look at their flooded neighbourhood in Aghor, some 270km west of Karachi.

The dam was only recently built - and there is disbelief among the people living nearby.

Villagers make an embankment to prevent flood water from entering to their neighbourhood in Aghor, some 270km west of Karachi.

Five villages have been devastated, and people have been trying frantically to contain the waters.

Family members look at dead bodies of children killed by a roof cave-in of their house after continued heavy rain killing four people in Peshawar.

Among the more than 50 people killed elsewhere are these children, trapped by a falling roof in north-west Peshawar.

A Pakistani man removes debris from his house which collapsed due to continuous rain as others look on in Peshawar.

Villagers there are struggling to come to terms with the devastation.

People look at breach on a road, caused by torrential rains in Muzaffarabad, capital of Pakistani Kashmir .

In Kashmir, gaping holes appeared in the roads.




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