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Pakistani flood survivors eat charity food near a makeshift camp in Sukkur on August 13, 2010. Struggling aid agencies have urged donor nations to rush through 460 million dollars in aid for Pakistan's devastating floods, warning of a potential "second wave" of deaths due to disease. Pakistan says 15-20 million people face direct or indirect harm from the floods. The United Nations believes 1,600 people have died, while Islamabad has confirmed 1,343 deaths. AFP PHOTO/ AAMIR QURESHI
Pakistani flood survivors eat charity food near a makeshift camp in Sukkur on August 13, 2010. Struggling aid agencies have urged donor nations to rush through 460 million dollars in aid for Pakistan's devastating floods, warning of a potential "second wave" of deaths due to disease. Pakistan says 15-20 million people face direct or indirect harm from the floods. The United Nations believes 1,600 people have died, while Islamabad has confirmed 1,343 deaths. AFP PHOTO/ AAMIR QURESHI AFP