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Monsoon Rains Kill 150 in Less Than a Month in Pakistan

Motorcyclists and people wade through a flooded road in a business district after a heavy rainfall in Karachi, Pakistan, Saturday, July 9, 2022. Several people have died in rain-related incidents across Pakistan during the past three weeks, a top officials said. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan)
Motorcyclists and people wade through a flooded road in a business district after a heavy rainfall in Karachi, Pakistan, Saturday, July 9, 2022. Several people have died in rain-related incidents across Pakistan during the past three weeks, a top officials said. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan)
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Karachi, Pakistan (AP) -- Monsoon rains over the past month have killed at least 150 people as downpours continue to lash Pakistan, triggering flash floods in some parts of the country, government officials said Monday.

The National Disaster Management Authority said 91 women and children are among the dead so far. The monsoon rains also damaged homes, roads, five bridges and power stations across the country. At least 163 people were also injured in rain-related incidents since June 14, it said in a statement. Heavy rains and flash floods fully or partially damaged more than 1,000 houses across the country.