UN Warns Situation In Southern Pakistan Could Be Worst

United Nations - The massive floods in Pakistan have spread to the southern province of Sindh, where hundreds of thousands of people are on the move after evacuating their inundated villages, a United Nations official said today, as humanitarian agencies continued to deliver relief supplies to millions of those affected. "The situation in Sindh is of high concern. The water now is in Sindh and entire cities have been evacuated," said Maurizio Giuliani, spokesperson for the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), in an interview with UN Radio.