Up to one million people have been hit by flooding in Pakistan's Balochistan province, officials say.
The district of Turbat is one of the worst affected areas, with roads washed away.
The military have managed to rescue some people. But very little emergency aid is getting through.
Cement brick schools and mosques that have withstood the waters are being used for shelter.
The stench of rotting carcasses is everywhere
A submerged mosque. The flood waters have contaminated water supplies and electricity supplies are badly affected.
Protesters in Turbat want to know why, after four days, so little help has arrived.
Police used tear gas to disperse demonstrators in central Turbat.
The flooding is causing chaos elsewhere in Pakistan. Here Lahore auto-rickshaw drivers battle with the waters.
Lahore children find new ways to cross the street.