PAKISTAN-WEATHER-FLOOD : News Photo

PAKISTAN-WEATHER-FLOOD

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In this picture taken on November 2, 2012, a Pakistani worker arranges aid supplies at the World Food Programme (WFP) supply centre at Mirali Village in Jacobabad district, around 500 kilometres (300 miles) north of the metropolis of Karachi. While the United States recovers from superstorm Sandy, away from the glare of the international media, five million Pakistanis are struggling to get by in the country's third successive year of massive floods. Two years after the worst floods in Pakistan's history captured the world's attention, this summer's monsoon rains once again inundated huge areas of the Indus Valley, with rural parts of Sindh province the worst hit. AFP PHOTO/Rizwan TABASSUM (Photo credit should read RIZWAN TABASSUM/AFP/Getty Images)
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In this picture taken on November 2, 2012, a Pakistani worker arranges aid supplies at the World Food Programme (WFP) supply centre at Mirali Village in Jacobabad district, around 500 kilometres (300 miles) north of the metropolis of Karachi. While the United States recovers from superstorm Sandy, away from the glare of the international media, five million Pakistanis are struggling to get by in the country's third successive year of massive floods. Two years after the worst floods in Pakistan's history captured the world's attention, this summer's monsoon rains once again inundated huge areas of the Indus Valley, with rural parts of Sindh province the worst hit. AFP PHOTO/Rizwan TABASSUM (Photo credit should read RIZWAN TABASSUM/AFP/Getty Images)
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November 02, 2012
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In this picture taken on November 2 a Pakistani worker arranges aid... News Photo 156012675Arranging,Assistance,Center,District,Emergencies and Disasters,Extreme Weather,Flood,Horizontal,Karachi,Kilometer,Metropolis,Occupation,Pakistan,Pakistani,Picture,Supplies,World Food ProgramPhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPIn this picture taken on November 2, 2012, a Pakistani worker arranges aid supplies at the World Food Programme (WFP) supply centre at Mirali Village in Jacobabad district, around 500 kilometres (300 miles) north of the metropolis of Karachi. While the United States recovers from superstorm Sandy, away from the glare of the international media, five million Pakistanis are struggling to get by in the country's third successive year of massive floods. Two years after the worst floods in Pakistan's history captured the world's attention, this summer's monsoon rains once again inundated huge areas of the Indus Valley, with rural parts of Sindh province the worst hit. AFP PHOTO/Rizwan TABASSUM (Photo credit should read RIZWAN TABASSUM/AFP/Getty Images)