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'Governments have not done enough' to help Pakistan

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President Asif Ali Zardari has said Pakistan is facing an existential crisis as the waters continue to rise, five weeks after the flood first hit the country.

Islamabad correspondent Roland Buerk reports on damage to the country's infrastructure.

Pakistan expert Dr Farzana Shaikh and Penny Lawrence of Oxfam discuss how the floods, combined with the cricket crisis, have affected the country's morale.


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