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Cross over: Is int'l aid reaching people in need?

08-06-2010 18:54 BJT

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For more on the flooding and relief efforts, we are joined by our correspondent Danial Khan in Islamabad. Hello Danial.

Q1: After causing huge damage in Pakistan's northwest Punjab province, the floods are moving south to the province of Sindh. What measures are being taken to protect local people there ?

Q2: International aid has poured into Pakistan since the flooding hit the country. How is the aid getting to the people in need?

Q3: We know some local infrastructure has been damaged, so how will authorities ensure people in these isolated areas still have access to food and shelter?



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Pakistani authorities have evacuated more than half a million people in southern Sindh province, threatened by the worst floods in 80 years...<Full story>

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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