Record heavy rain has triggered floods and landslides in Pakistan, leaving at least 400 people dead and 150 missing. The northwest of the country near the border with Afghanistan has been hardest hit by the severe rain. 312 millimeters of rain fell over 3 days until Friday. That's the heaviest rainfall in 35 years. The area usually has little rain. Authorities in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province say at least 400 people have been killed. Many have lost their homes and 600,000 people have been forced to evacuate to safety. The Pakistani government has sent military helicopters to rescue people left in the disaster-hit area. Damaged roads and bridges are holding up rescue efforts. Pakistani weather authorities say heavy rain is likely to continue for the next 10 days.
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