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That this House is greviously saddened to learn of UNICEF's estimate that more than 32,000 children may have died in the Pakistan earthquake; notes with great concern UNICEF's warning that tens of thousands of children are now in peril due to deteriorating weather, injury and illness; is shocked to learn of UNICEF's estimate that there remain 120,000 children in the mountains still waiting for help, of whom 10,000 could die of hunger, hypothermia and disease within the next few weeks; and whilst commending the UK Government for having led the world in the relief operation, calls upon it to act with all urgency upon UNICEF's desperate call for the immediate provision of more helicopters and pilots to operate in the disaster zone.
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