The United Nations is warning millions of Pakistanis are at risk of deadly waterborne diseases more than two weeks since Pakistanâ€™s worst-ever flooding began. The World Health Organization says around six million peopleâ€”over half of them childrenâ€”face the threat of cholera and dysentery, as well as typhoid and hepatitis. The flooding has killed over 1,600 people and displaced 20 millionâ€”nearly 12 percent of Pakistanâ€™s population. We speak to UN Humanitarian Chief John Holmes and Pakistani analyst Mosharraf Zaidi. [includes rush transcript]moreless
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