Many roads in Swat are now completely damaged which makes it hard for people to travel and for aid workers to deliver much needed supplies. In this picture two young men are helping an old woman to walk through a path, which was completely submerged.

Many roads in Swat are now completely damaged which makes it hard for people to travel and for aid workers to deliver much needed supplies. In this picture two young men are helping an old woman to walk through a path, which was completely submerged.

The Friday News Roundup. The U-N appeals for four-hundred-sixty-million dollars to aid flood victims in Pakistan. Insurgents are blamed for the jump in Afghan civilian casualties. And Russian fires raise nuclear fears.

Guests

  • Daniel Dombey U.S. diplomatic correspondent, Financial Times.
  • Susan Glasser Executive editor, Foreign Policy.
  • Yochi Dreazen Senior national security correspondent, National Journal magazine.

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