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August 2, 1992 | Reuters
Monsoon rains killed at least 34 people and damaged crops in southern Pakistan on Friday, police said Saturday.
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October 17, 2005 | From Times Wire Services
Thunderstorms frustrated earthquake relief operations Sunday, grounding all but a few helicopter flights to stricken areas of the Pakistani-held portion of Kashmir and this country's North-West Frontier Province. This morning, the heavy rains halted and eight international medical teams took off for outlying villages. The Pakistani army, leading the relief effort, has yet to reach villages cut off by landslides in Kashmir's Neelum and Jhelum valleys, where a heavy loss of life is feared.
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NEWS
March 5, 1998 | Reuters
Rescue workers said today that 70 bodies had been recovered from a flash flood in a remote corner of southwest Pakistan, and that about 25,000 people are homeless. Officials said at least 300 people were still missing after freak spring rains inundated the Turbat district, and that thousands were stranded on high ground and in treetops.
NEWS
March 5, 1998 | Reuters
Rescue workers said today that 70 bodies had been recovered from a flash flood in a remote corner of southwest Pakistan, and that about 25,000 people are homeless. Officials said at least 300 people were still missing after freak spring rains inundated the Turbat district, and that thousands were stranded on high ground and in treetops.
WORLD
October 17, 2005 | From Times Wire Services
Thunderstorms frustrated earthquake relief operations Sunday, grounding all but a few helicopter flights to stricken areas of the Pakistani-held portion of Kashmir and this country's North-West Frontier Province. This morning, the heavy rains halted and eight international medical teams took off for outlying villages. The Pakistani army, leading the relief effort, has yet to reach villages cut off by landslides in Kashmir's Neelum and Jhelum valleys, where a heavy loss of life is feared.
NEWS
August 2, 1992 | Reuters
Monsoon rains killed at least 34 people and damaged crops in southern Pakistan on Friday, police said Saturday.
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