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Monsoon rains kill 130 in south of Pakistan

2011-09-06 10:35:49 GMT2011-09-06 18:35:49(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A flood affected woman prepares food for her family at a makeshift tent in the Thatta district, Pakistan's Sindh province, on Sept. 6, 2011. A Pakistani relief official says monsoon rains have killed over 130 people in the south of the country and flooded hundreds of thousand of rice, cotton and sugarcane crops. (Xinhua/Masroor)

A flood affected woman gives bath to her child near their makeshift tent in the Thatta district, Pakistan's Sindh province, on Sept. 6, 2011. A Pakistani relief official says monsoon rains have killed over 130 people in the south of the country and flooded hundreds of thousand of rice, cotton and sugarcane crops. (Xinhua/Masroor)

A house destroyed in flood is seen in the Thatta district, Pakistan's Sindh province, on Sept. 6, 2011. A Pakistani relief official says monsoon rains have killed over 130 people in the south of the country and flooded hundreds of thousand of rice, cotton and sugarcane crops. (Xinhua/Masroor)

A village is flooded in the Thatta district, Pakistan's Sindh province, on Sept. 6, 2011. A Pakistani relief official says monsoon rains have killed over 130 people in the south of the country and flooded hundreds of thousand of rice, cotton and sugarcane crops. (Xinhua/Masroor)

People evacuate on a boat to safe places from flood hit areas in the Thatta district, Pakistan's Sindh province, on Sept. 6, 2011. A Pakistani relief official says monsoon rains have killed over 130 people in the south of the country and flooded hundreds of thousand of rice, cotton and sugarcane crops. (Xinhua/Masroor)

A Pakistani relief official says monsoon rains have killed over 130 people in the south of the country and flooded hundreds of thousand of rice, cotton and sugarcane crops.

 

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