Sudan flooding leaves at least 62 dead

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At least 62 people have died in Sudan as flash flooding across the country causes devastation to people’s homes and livelihoods in the northeast African country.

The destruction caused by a barrage of torrential rain that began in July and around 100 people had been injured by the rising waters.

Flooding is believed to have damaged at least 37,000 homes across the country, according to UN estimates, causing at least two thirds of them to completely collapse.

The devastation has left hundreds of thousands of people displaced.

 

Via BBC

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