Friday 23 September 2022 08:32 AM Angelina Jolie visits flood-ravaged Pakistan and calls for more international ... trends now

Friday 23 September 2022 08:32 AM Angelina Jolie visits flood-ravaged Pakistan and calls for more international ... trends now
Friday 23 September 2022 08:32 AM Angelina Jolie visits flood-ravaged Pakistan and calls for more international ... trends now

Friday 23 September 2022 08:32 AM Angelina Jolie visits flood-ravaged Pakistan and calls for more international ... trends now

'I've never seen anything like this': Angelina Jolie visits flood-ravaged Pakistan and calls for more international aid as she meets victims Pakistan has been ravaged by unprecedented monsoon downpours  They have flooded a third of the country and killed nearly 1,600 people  Jolie met with victims of flood and called for more international aid for victims She represents the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR) 

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Hollywood star and humanitarian Angelina Jolie has said the flood disaster in Pakistan should be a 'wake-up call' for the world regarding climate change, calling for more international aid after meeting with victims.

Pakistan has been lashed by unprecedented monsoon downpours that flooded a third of the country - an area the size of the United Kingdom - and killed nearly 1,600 people, according to the latest government figures.

More than seven million people have been displaced, many living in makeshift tents without protection from mosquitoes, and often with little access to clean drinking water or washing facilities.

Pakistan has been lashed by unprecedented monsoon downpours that flooded a third of the country - an area the size of the United Kingdom - and killed nearly 1,600 people, according to the latest government figures. Jolie, who represents the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), visited southern Sindh province, one of the worst-affected areas, where she met with displaced flood victims living in camps

Pakistan has been lashed by unprecedented monsoon downpours that flooded a third of the country - an

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