Pakistan Monsoons Kill 200, Flood Roads Pakistan's monsoon season has just begun, but severe rains and heavy flooding have already claimed more than 200 lives. Southwestern Baluchistan province was hit hardest; water inundated roads and swept away bridges and railway lines.
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Pakistan Monsoons Kill 200, Flood Roads

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Pakistan Monsoons Kill 200, Flood Roads

Pakistan Monsoons Kill 200, Flood Roads

Pakistan Monsoons Kill 200, Flood Roads

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Pakistan's monsoon season has just begun, but severe rains and heavy flooding have already claimed more than 200 lives. Southwestern Baluchistan province was hit hardest; water inundated roads and swept away bridges and railway lines.

With transportation routes down, those offering relief have found it hard to it to reach the flooded areas, where officials say hundreds of thousands are affected.