The authorities in Pakistan are rushing to protect a vital power station from flooding in the country’s south. If unsuccessful, electricity supply to six districts could be cut off, affecting millions. Almost all of Dadu district in the southern province of Sindh has been inundated — including the Indus Highway, which is a key transport link. Workers are creating gaps along the expressway to allow water to flow and prevent further flooding. A record monsoon, combined with glacial melt, have flooded nearly a third of Pakistan.
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