DUBAI, Sept 1 (Reuters) - A Saudi-based
relief agency said on Tuesday it had distributed food and medical supplies
to victims of Bangladesh's worst floods in a decade, which have killed
more than 500 people.
The official Saudi Press Agency (SPA)
said the International Islamic Relief Organisation had given rice, sugar,
oil, water purification pills and medicine to flood victims.
Bangladesh is increasingly desperate
for foreign aid as disease, drownings, mudslides, house collapses and snake
bites take their toll.
The flooding has killed at least 513