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A million children's lives 'at risk' in flood-ravaged Pakistan

One million children are at risk of death as Pakistan's floods crisis worsens, according to the UK's leading international children's charity, Save the Children. Save the Children says the lives of babies and young people in the badly flooded Sindh province are at severe risk of diarrhoea, malaria and other potentially fatal water-borne illnesses if food and medical aid is not provided soon. Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports from Mirpur Khas in lower Sindh.
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Submited By: Aamir
28 September 2011 GMT
its really sad.. don't have words to describe my feelings..
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