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Pakistan: UN chief seeks global support for flood-ravaged country

By DW
09 September 2022   |   4:00 pm
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has arrived in Pakistan to draw global attention to the devastating floods that have inundated nearly one-third of the South Asian nation.

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