Death toll climbs in Karachi heatwave
the Guardian -

Ambulance service says more than 60 have died in past four days in Pakistani city

A Pakistani welfare organisation says the heatwave gripping the region has killed 65 people in Karachi.

Anwar Kazmi, a spokesman for the non-governmental Edhi Foundation, which is also the country’s largest ambulance service, said on Tuesday that 65 bodies had been taken to its morgue over the past four days due to heat-related deaths, including those of people who died after losing consciousness on the streets....


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