Ref: Fears are growing in Pakistan that floods which have hit one million people could spread out of the country’s ravaged north-west.
Some 800 people are believed to have died in the worst monsoon floods in living memory.
Officials say 19,000 people in the worst-hit areas have been rescued by 30,000 troops.
But there are now concerns that if forecast heavy rain arrives it will push the flood south to Sindh province.
Currently Peshawar, the largest city in the north-western region, with a 3m-strong population, is cut off. Read more →