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Five months after floodwaters washed away homes and villages in Pakistan, some parts of the country are still underwater. Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the slow process of recovery from Sindh Province.
In other news Monday, 22 cities and towns in the Australian state of Queensland have been inundated with floodwaters, prompting military airlifts of food and medical supplies. Also, police were pursuing a possible al-Qaida role in the deadly bombing of…
Special correspondent Saima Mohsin traveled with a team from the humanitarian group Doctors Without Borders as it worked to treat Pakistan's flood victims, many of whom have had little access to health care months after the waters first rose.
By Talea Miller
A strengthening tropical storm is predicted to hit Haiti on Friday, bringing the threat of high winds and flooding, which could accelerate the spread of cholera.
Special correspondent Saima Mohsin reports from Pakistan, where pregnant women and infants who survived the floods often lack sufficient nutrition and access to health care.
Special correspondent Jeffrey Kaye reports on Pakistani flood victims' continuing needs for food, medicine, agricultural help and other aid as winter nears.
As the need for food, water and shelter continue in flood-ravaged areas of Pakistan, American aid groups are running into difficulties in getting supplies to victims. Special Correspondent Jeffrey Kaye reports from Pakistan.
Jonathan Miller of Independent Television News reports from Pakistan's Swat Valley about how efforts to educate girls are being hampered by both floodwaters and Taliban insurgents.
Margaret Warner speaks with Joe Hennon, a European Commission spokesman, about the health and environmental risks of the toxic red sludge spreading in Hungary.
The toxic red sludge from an aluminum plant in Hungary has reached the Danube River, raising concerns of more widespread environmental damage in Europe. Margaret Warner has more.
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