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Pakistan Floods: The Indus Delta

Created on 13 November 2010
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Two months after the biggest floods in living memory, Declan Walsh, the Guardian's Pakistan correspondent, travels down the Indus river. He now reaches the sea at its delta. While the flooding has meant destruction elsewhere, here it means renewal, with fish returning to the area and mangroves being cultivated again.

More info: www.guardian.co.uk
Produced by: The Guardian, UK
Year: 2010
Language: English



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