The AP reports:
Monsoon rains have flooded large parts of Pakistan's southern Sindh province over the last six weeks, leaving more than 200,000 people homeless.
Local authorities, the United
Nations, and foreign and local aid groups are distributing water, medicine and food, while the army is rescuing people from communities trapped by the waters.
But many thousands have received little or no help and are living in the open under rainy skies or scorching sun. Read the full story.