The monsoon rains continued to wreak havoc on Pakistan Friday, sending the death toll to at least 313 as floods and landslides submerged entire villages. And that number is expected to rise as many people are still missing and Pakistani infrastructure is left in tatters. The northwest region was hit hardest with some of the worst flooding it has seen in more than 70 years. At least 291 people were killed there and some 400,000 more are believed to be stranded, while 5,000 homes now completely under mud and water. The United Nations said it is trying to coordinate a response to the disaster, but so many roads have become unusable that moving relief about the country is currently the biggest challenge.