Category: Pakistanian politics
BBC reports: Devastating flash floods have washed away roads, homes and crops—leaving a trail of deadly havoc across Pakistan. It’s all one big ocean, there’s no dry land to pump the water out. At least 1,136 people have died since the monsoon season began in June, over 33 million have been affected.
Today, the Pakistani government ordered the evacuation of thousands of people living near swollen rivers in the north of the country, reports the French news agency AFP. Almost a thousand people have died in floods since the beginning of the monsoon rains in June, and around 33 million people have been affected, as a result […]
BBC News reports: Pakistan is suffering from a mango crop shortage with farmers and experts worried, blaming climate change for the smaller yields. The country usually ships 150,000 tonnes of mangos to 35 countries across the world, but harsh heat temperatures and water running short, its only expected to harvest half of what it usually […]