UN officials have described the devastating floods in Pakistan as a disaster of major proportions that's getting worse by the hour. At least sixteen hundred people have died, as the floodwaters that initially hit north-western areas of the country move southwards through the Indus River. Correspondent Shoaib Hasan explains how the floods could get worse, as it is only midway through monsoon season.
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