|Country or District||Pakistan|
|Outline||Twelve people, seven of them children, have been killed in a landslide in Pakistani-administered Kashmir, the authorities say.They say heavy rains caused the landslide in the Chela Bandi district of the capital, Muzaffarabad.|
|Human Impact||Physical Impact||Others|
IRIN Asia News 2006/08/10
Flooding has killed at least 200 people in Pakistan since the start of the monsoon season in mid-July.
IRIN Asia News 2006/08/07
At least 110 people are dead after flooding in Pakistan's North West Frontier province (NWFP) and parts of Pakistani-administered Kashmir caused by heavy rains in the area.
Reuters AlertNet 2006/08/05
PESHAWAR, Pakistan, Aug 5 (Reuters) - At least 35 people are feared to have been killed in flash floods in northwestern Pakistan on Saturday, a senior provincial official said.
IRIN Asia News 2006/07/28
Another week of heavy rains throughout Pakistan has brought death and destruction across northern parts of the country. At least 40 people have died in July as a result of landslides and drownings in rain-submerged urban areas. One of the worst cases occurred in the northern Punjabi city of Rawalpindi, near the capital, Islamabad, on 25 July, when the Leh drainage channel overflowed.
BBC NEWS 2006/07/24
They say heavy rains caused the landslide in the Chela Bandi district of the capital, Muzaffarabad. Thousands of people are still living in tents after an earthquake last October devastated the region.