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Journalist reports in neck-deep water during extreme flooding in Pakistan

A journalist has caught international attention after reporting live from neck-deep flood water in Pakistan. Azadar Hussain works for national news channel GTV in Kot Chutta, a district in Punjab province. The report on 25 July followed six days of torrential rain …Read more





Journalist reports in neck-deep water during extreme flooding in Pakistan

A journalist has caught international attention after reporting live from neck-deep flood water in Pakistan Azadar Hussain works for national news channel GTV in Kot Chutta a district in Punjab province The report on 25 July followed six days of
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Video showing Pak journalist standing neck deep in water to cover floods goes viral

a video showing a Pakistani journalist standing neck-deep in the water while delivering a live report on floods in countrys Punjab province has gone viral The video was posted by Pakistans GTV News on its Youtube channel and shows journalist
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Culvert dams put in during construction werent removed once the 123 million project ended in early 2010 said Gaadi pushing water over the left bank and flooding out on Climate Change that Pakistan will experience more extreme weather events in
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