Amid flooding, CIA resumes Pakistan drone campaign

Two-year-old Akil, who is suffering from diarrhea, receives treatment at the District Headquarters Hospital as his mother and grandmother wait patiently on Aug. 23 in Muzaffargarh in Punjab, Pakistan. Officials say as many as 20 million people have been affected by Pakistan's worst flooding in 80 years as army and aid organizations strugge to cope with the scope of the disaster that has killed more than 1,600 people and displaced millions. Some fear the air strikes are coming at the worst possible moment: Flooding has submerged one sixth of the country and left at least six million homeless.

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