"Monster monsoon" fatalities in Pakistan "sadden" the Queen.

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The Queen has expressed her "sad sorrow" for the floods in Pakistan, which have killed over a thousand people and destroyed almost one million houses.

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Her comments come as experts warn that the floods that have ravaged the nation since June may not be over.

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Boris Johnson, who will soon be stepping down as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, has said that "it is sad to see the continuous havoc done by the floods in Pakistan."

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The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles and Camilla, gave money to the organization Islamic Relief, which helps those affected by natural disasters like floods.

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Heavy rainfall that has occurred throughout the country's four regions has had an adverse influence on the lives of more than 30 million people.

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Pakistan's flash floods destroyed towns, crops, and 800,000 animals. Soldiers and rescue personnel rescued evacuated and fed thousands.

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The estimated amount of damage is close to 300,000. Power has been severely disrupted, and roads have been shut down as a result.

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