Indian commuters walk along a waterlogged street after a heavy downpour in Mumbai, India July 16, 2014. (Anadolu Agency/Imtiyaz Shaikh)
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The death toll from floods in Pakistan and India reached 400 Tuesday as armies in both countries scrambled to help the victims and authorities in Islamabad warned of more flooding in the days ahead.Pakistani and Indian troops have evacuated more than 40,000 people to safer places, according to the statements from Indian and Pakistani armies.So far, 205 have died in Pakistan while 200 perished in India, while nearly 700 people have been injured, officials said.According to Ahmad Kamal, spokesman for Pakistan's National Disaster Management Authority, the floods were now moving toward Pakistan's south. The Kashmir region in the northern Himalayas is divided between India and Pakistan and claimed by both.
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